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Sunday, June 17 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Food Stories Unwrapped: Decolonizing the White Gaze of Food Media

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What really goes into all those food stories in the media? In a media landscape informed largely by the white gaze, it is hard to make visible the stories that speak to communities of color. We will discuss the white gaze in food media, engage in media literacy exercises, and present the audience with strategies for connecting within and across their communities using diverse methods and platforms to tell their stories through food.

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Serena Maria Daniels

Tostada Magazine
Serena is the co-founder and editor of Tostada Magazine, an independent new media outlet that celebrates the rich culture of Metro Detroit's food scene. Her food writing appears in NPR's The Salt, Lucky Peach, Eater, Extra Crispy, the Metro Times and others. Her reporting on stories... Read More →
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Dorothy Hernandez

Freelance Journalist
Dorothy Hernandez is a Detroit-based freelance journalist who has contributed to NPR's The Salt, Civil Eats, and Roads and Kingdoms as well as several Detroit-area publications such as edibleWOW and Neighborhood SEEN. An alumna of the University of Illinois, Dorothy is the former... Read More →
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Sabiha Khan

University of Texas at El Paso
Sabiha Khan is Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of Texas at El Paso. Her research and media production focus on documentary media, food studies, ecocriticism, and the public humanities. Formerly, she was Associate Producer at the Los Angeles bureau of Youth... Read More →
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Sarahlynn Pablo

Sarahlynn Pablo is the co-founder of Filipino Kitchen. Alongside co-founder Natalia Roxas, Sarahlynn provides strategic direction for the organization. She is the primary author and editor for the pieces published on their website, and leads the organization’s public relations. Sarahlynn is a food, travel and culture writer, and her work has been published in The Chicago Food Encyclopedia (2017) and Street Food Around the Globe (2013), among others. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Northwestern University, the Feet In Two Worlds podcasting program and is an alumna of the Voices of Our Nations (VONA) Arts Foundation, a workshop for writers of color. Her work and writing can be found on the Filipino Kitchen website, her blog, and on Instagram and Twitter., Filipino Kitchen
Sarahlynn Pablo is the co-founder of Filipino Kitchen. Alongside co-founder Natalia Roxas, Sarahlynn provides strategic direction for the organization. She is the primary author and editor for the pieces published on their website, and leads the organization's public relations. Sarahlynn... Read More →
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Natalia Roxas

Natalia Roxas is the co-founder of Filipino Kitchen. Alongside co-founder Sarahlynn Pablo, Natalia provides strategic direction for the organization. She is the primary architect of Kultura Festival, a four year old Filipino American food and arts festival and the organization’s largest event of the year, with over 1,000 attendees. Natalia is responsible for the photography that appears on the organization’s blog and Filipino Kitchen Instagram account, which has over 11,000 followers. Natalia is a food, travel and culture photographer, and her work has been celebrated most recently by the National Mall of Washington DC and published in Teen Vogue, among others. She is a graduate of Full Sail University, and the Feet In Two Worlds podcasting program. Her work and photography can be found on the Filipino Kitchen website, and on her personal Instagram., Filipino Kitchen
Natalia Roxas is the co-founder of Filipino Kitchen. Alongside co-founder Sarahlynn Pablo, Natalia provides strategic direction for the organization. She is the primary architect of Kultura Festival, a four year old Filipino American food and arts festival and the organization's largest... Read More →


Sunday June 17, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
STATE HALL: Room 113

Attendees (150)