See ‘Soul Food Junkies’ Nov. 5 at HACC York

Love soul food? Not sure what it is or its significance in black culture? Learn more 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, during a free screening of the documentary film “Soul Food Junkies” at the HACC York campus, 2010 Pennsylvania Ave., York. The Office of Student Life & Multicultural Programs and the Black Student Union present the movie in the Glatfelter Community Room of the Cytec Building. After the film, there will be a short dialogue focusing on the issues it addressed. For details, call 717-801-3251

With “Soul Food Junkies” award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt explores the tradition and popularity of soul food, despite the dangers associated with high fat diets, according to a news release. Hurt then examines factors that have limited food choice in many predominately black neighborhoods.

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