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An Explainer: Soul Food

David Davis, Associate Director of the Spencer B. King, Jr., Center for Southern Studies at Mercer University talks about the ties between black culture and soul food. He discusses how it is a marker when looking at black identity and how soul food can be a controversial topic.

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