What fried catfish reveals about race

A chat with Joseph Ewoodzie Jr.

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Good morning, paid subscribers! Now that it’s just us in the room, I feel comfortable confiding that I can’t make up my mind whether to create a corollary podcast for The Food Section: I’d love to hear your thoughts on the matter (or any others: E-mail tips, questions and suggestions to readthefoodsection@gmail.com)

In the meantime, allow me to present what amounts to a podcast on the page: My recent conversation with Davidson College associate professor Joseph Ewoodzie Jr., who in October published Getting Something to Eat in Jackson: Race, Class, and Food in the American South.

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