Free Screening

August 10, 2013

Soul food is a key expression of cultural identity to many African Americans. In Soul Food Junkies Filmmaker Byron Hurt explores the history and social significance of soul food and its effect on African American health — good and bad.

The National Action Network (NAN) and The Health Gap hosted a screening of this insightful film during Avondale’s Annual Festival & Health Fair. Contact us at 585-9872 if you are interested in organizing a viewing.


Food traditions are hard to change, especially when they’re passed on from generation to generation. In this documentary, award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt discusses this topic.

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