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The Taste of Black Austin exhibit celebrates the history of African American contributions to foodways in Central Texas. The exhibit uses foodways to explore African American economic development in Travis County.  LaToya Devezin, the Austin History Center’s African American Community Archivist, curated the exhibit. Ms. Devezin will also lead a presentation about the exhibit.

The Taste of Black Austin exhibit celebrates the history of African American contributions to foodways in Central Texas. The exhibit uses foodways to explore African American economic development in Travis County. LaToya Devezin, the Austin History Center’s African American Community Archivist, curated the exhibit. Ms. Devezin will also lead a presentation about the exhibit.

The Taste of Black Austin exhibit celebrates the history of African American contributions to foodways in Central Texas. The exhibit uses foodways to explore African American economic development in Travis County. LaToya Devezin, the Austin History Center’s African American Community Archivist, curated the exhibit. Ms. Devezin will also lead a presentation about the exhibit.

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Little Walnut Creek Library
835 W. Runderberg Ln.
Austin, TX 78758
http://library.austintexas.gov/events/search?loc=197

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Admission is free.
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