50 min

Food Campu

    • History

Food is more than just sustenance. It’s a vehicle for culture, a way to delight in the world around us, engage our senses, connect with other people. It’s how we tell someone we love them. It’s the lessons we pass down between generations—and the ones we don’t. This episode is about food in Japanese American concentration camps. It’s about mutton, so much mutton...but it’s also about disrupted traditions, about memory, about politics, and about subtle—and not so subtle—acts of resistance.

Food is more than just sustenance. It’s a vehicle for culture, a way to delight in the world around us, engage our senses, connect with other people. It’s how we tell someone we love them. It’s the lessons we pass down between generations—and the ones we don’t. This episode is about food in Japanese American concentration camps. It’s about mutton, so much mutton...but it’s also about disrupted traditions, about memory, about politics, and about subtle—and not so subtle—acts of resistance.

50 min

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