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Honor Ford-Smith

Oral history, music-making and food justice

Oral history, music-making and food justice

Project Investigator: Honor Ford-Smith Funding: Carswell Family Foundation Term: 2020-2023 The project aims to create music that teaches about food justice, health and nutrition through oral histories. It responds to concerns in the Jane/Finch community and offers a chance for knowledge exchange between generations, music-making and production, and community education in the service of food

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Honor Ford-Smith

Honor Ford-Smith

Associate Professor Credentials PhD Education, University of TorontoMA Adult Education, University of TorontoBA Theatre and English, University of Wisconsin-Madison Research Keywords Performance & Social Movements; Race, Gender, Nation & Colonialism & Post-Colonialism; Caribbean Societies & Their Diasporas; Community & Environmental Arts & Education. Contact Information 4700 Keele StreetToronto, ON M3J 1P3 416 736 2100 hoperoad@yorku.ca  http://www.yorku.ca/hoperoad/about.html Research Interests

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Memory, Urban Violence and Performance in Jamaica

Memory, Urban Violence and Performance in Jamaica

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) The research aimed to document ways in which communities perform their responses to violence in practices of remembering and forgetting. It also reviewed these performances against official responses to national inquiries and media reports, as well as analyzed the relationship between performed practices of remembering and forgetting in

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