UMD students learn about intersectionality of black and Jewish identities through food

Twitty said he receives questions about how he identifies as Jewish and African-American, adding that it's exhausting to have to justify his identity. "If you're in … "I'm not Jewish or African-American, but it was really cool to see a perspective like that because I think I'm really interested in food and culture.".
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