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COOK SPACE FRIDAY FEELS | "The land flourished because it was fed from so many sources–because it was nourished by so many cultures and traditions and peoples."

Michelle Mannix

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Wednesday was World Refugee Day. This past year, over 2.9 million people became asylum seekers  and there are now more displaced people across the globe than ever before. Over the past several weeks, we've been confronted head on with the horrifying truth of the inhumanity displayed towards families attempting to make their way across US borders. To try to capture the breadth of these injustices here would be impossible, but what is clear to all (save one, apparently) is that this extends well beyond political divisions on Immigration policy.
 

This is a human rights issue
 

If we can take solace in one thing, it is the unfailing capacity of the collective civilian force to affect change in the face of political injustice. From the individual to the collective, people are making their outrage heard and working together to support and reunite the families affected.
 

We implore you to do what you can, big or small, and help end family separation.


"No one puts their children in a boat unless the water is safer than the land"  - Warsan Shire


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WHERE WE’RE MARCHING

At the NYC Families Belong Together Protest, starting at 10am tomorrow at Foley Square. For information on protests and marches near you, go to act.Moveon.com
 

THE GROUPS WE’RE SUPPORTING

These critical organizations working to protect kids separated by their families by ICE

 

WHO WE’RE CALLING

Our representatives, to put a halt to Speaker Ryan’s anti-immigration bill

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conversations from our kitchen . . .

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THE CHANGE WE’RE STILL WAITING FOR

When the playing field for female chefs is finally even

 

THE TREND WE’RE QUESTIONING

Whether food prep is taking the joy and spontaneity out of cooking

 

THE BILL WE’RE BACKING

Council member Rafael Espinal’s motion to ban plastic straws in NYC, amid the growing global effort to reduce the use the environmentally hazardous material.

 

WHERE WE’RE DANCING

At LadyLand, this weekend’s outdoor queer music festival 

 

THE CREATIVE APPROACH WE’RE CELEBRATING

How a series of artists respond to the subject of immigration

 

THE WORKS WE’RE CELEBRATING

Those of Firelei Baez, whose latest exhibition, now on display at the Schomberg Center in Harlem, draws inspiration from women of color throughout history.

 

THE WORDS WE’RE PREACHING

Those of Clare Smyth, who, despite accepting her title of this year’s “Best Female Chef”with her telltale grace, maintains that she would “love to see very soon that we don’t need gender specific awards…”

 

WHERE WE’RE PEEKING BEHIND THE CURTAIN

At Craft, Tom Colicchio’s flagship restaurant, where we find much beauty in the back of house hustle


T H E    C O O K    S P A C E    C R E W
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