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Delina's second video story
This collection is related to my first story video which is also from The Second Art of Food Community Meal.
This is the second half of my first video story from the Art of Food Community Meal; the earlier section can be found here.
♦ Don't forget to check out all the annotations under each video some have more than one! (the annotations are found under each video and you can start the annotation by clicking on it.)
►Savon lives in Frogtown and talks about a food tradition in his family called Sunday dinner.
Savon doesn't know what his neighborhood needs more of or what his neighborhood has enough of because he's at home most of the time. We can know what their neighborhood needs more of (related to food) from Mary.
►Mary Field was attending the event with her daughter which is a community activist. She talks about what she thinks her neighborhood need more of.
There were two local artists who were there to attend and preform at the event: Just Wolf and Vinny Crooks.
►Just Wolf is a local hiphop artist who grew up in Rondo neighborhood and went to school there. He's been active hiphop artist for more than a decade. Here is my favorite part of his song.►Vinny Crooks is a local artist in north side of Minneapolis but he's in Saint Paul now. He enjoys cooking and considers being a chef in the future after he gets his music path on a good place.
►The next video is a short clip from Vinny Crooks performance at the event while people are getting things ready and others enjoying the event.
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►People from different parts of the community starting conversations and introducing themselves. Even though they are all from the same community they don't have a close relationship and this meal created an opportunity for them to get to know each other, talk about the problems around their community and finding a solution for it.
►Valentine Cadieux was part of the event organizer and was also participating the event. She talks about where she shops a lot and about growing and giving to each other using the talking sticks.
Here, people are answering different questions that were tucked into each person's napkin, using the "talking sticks," which are recording devices used to record everybody's voice and also encourage people to listen to one person speaking at a time.
►I've added this clip from the event to show how the event was like. It was a normal family type of dinner with an open conversation in which you can talk with people around you while having different type of foods and having fun.
How people addressed the problem of accessing more fresh food in their neighborhood: The event producers with four Community-based organizations created a Meal that connected people in the community and let them talk and address the issues/problems they are facing and finding a solution to that.
You will find more videos of the event at: AEDA Meal Stories in The Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo.
To continue to my third video story click here: Delina's third video story.
Kids thoughts and ideas about food.
Young kids' voices are often disregarded in conversations about food access and justice. When listened to and given the chance to speak, kids often have much to say. Younger kids are often asked more basic and easier-to-answer questions in interviews, but even when they answer in simple words, their ideas and thoughts are more in depth. Here are a sampling of kid interviews. They answer simple questions with thoughtful responses that point out key aspects of the food movement.
Yingsoon explains in this interview that his favorite food family is eating Pho with his whole family. A simple memory to Yingsoon points out the importance of culturally relative food to communities, and the importance of family gatherings.
Larissa explains that while healthy food doesn't have to be extremely expensive, some people still cannot afford to consistently purchase healthy foods. This is a major problem relating to food justice and access, and even kids understand this!
Savon's favorite food memory is Sunday Dinner with the family. He explains how everyone brings something they have made to share. Savon points out the importance of coming together over food. A consistent meal with family can become a safe, and trusting space to share, speak, and listen.
Delina's first video story
Those videos are from AEDA's 2016 Community Meal, via the St. Paul Almanac Storymobile, November 16, 2016, as part of the Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo project (funded by the Kresge Fresh, Local and Equitable program)
The Second Art of Food Community meal. The meal was a family style dinner that focused on guests sharing connections among food, culture, family and tradition around tables.
This video talks about the partners involved in the community meal and a short dance that shows the power of food has in a family.
Mary Field was attending the event with her daughter which is a community activist. She also talks about what she thinks her neighborhood need more of.
Colleen Sheehy is the director of public art Saint Paul they are one of the four partners on the food in Frogtown and rondo. The project is organized to make plans for Frogtown and Rondo using people's ideas from the community and start to implement them.
Ahn Vu works with the Kitty Anderson Science center of Minnesota. She manages a group of teens called the climate change crew which were there to show their new app. She gives a short explanation of what the app is used for.
Megan Phinny is with the urban farm and garden alliance which is a collaboration of eight community gardens and backyard box gardeners in rondo and Frogtown neighborhoods of Saint Paul.
Kay Thomas lives in lower town. Her connection to the event is through public art Saint Paul.
Milton Rosa works with the Science center of Minnesota, the Kitty Anderson Youth Science Center.
Savon lives in Frogtown and talks about a food tradition in his family called Sunday dinner.
Gives a description of the community meal and the event.
Tony is a city planner, department of planning and economic development. He's attending the event to support the community, eat good food and talk to people.
Vinny Crooks is a local artist in north side of Minneapolis but he's in Saint Paul now.
Shana works at the Science Museum of Minnesota. The person who created the meal also works at the Science Museum that's one of the reason she's attending the event. A group from the climate change crew were also there to get some feedbacks and talk to the community about the app they created which tracks healthy food access in Frogtown.
Just Wolf is a local hiphop artist who grew up in Rondo neighborhood and went to school there. He's been active hiphop artist for more than a decade.