The afro-descendant communities in the Americas are named and self-named in different ways: Afro-descendant, Afro-Latin American, black, negros, quilombolas, raizales, etc.
A series of meetings and forums to listen to these communities, to learn from them about their cultures, their mixed heritages, and their resistance which, over centuries, has allowed them to co-create and protect food biodiversity and flourishing cultures overflowing with pride.
Forum with members from Slow Food networks from Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador and USA.
Access to the event is free, but must be booked in advance. Reservations can be made until 12 pm, December 11. Once registered, you will receive the link to participate to the event.
. Organized by IFAD, the Slow Food Youth Network and Slow Food.
Event languages: PT, EN, ES