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"Eat Your Heritage" tour visiting island schools

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Guam Humanities Council presents the third Eat Your Heritage food democracy tour - "Freedom on the Menu", which celebrates southern cooking and gospel music.

GHC executive director Dr. Kimberlee Kihleng said, "We are really combining promoting cultural and environmental sustainability along with the history of the south and the cuisine of the south and the civil rights movement and the importance of that in our nation's history."

The event will feature two guests the James Beard Award-winning chef Robert Stehling from South Carolina and the Birmingham Sunlights an internationally recognized a capella group. A series of workshops performances and presentations will also be held throughout the week at various public schools. In addition several evening events are planned beginning tomorrow evening with a showing of Freedom Writers, followed by a concert at Southern High School at 7pm  on Wednesday with the 5-course dinner event to be held on October 4th at the Hyatt. 
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