This short film directed by Austin youth explores food, gentrification, and historic legacies in East Austin. As African-Americans ages 15-19, they reside in an area of the city that has experience steep Black population decline and rapid demographic change. What does this mean for food access? What does this mean for how the youth directors see themselves or the landscape where they live? What food traditions are well and alive? Based on a participatory disseration project by Naya Armendarez Jones, co-founder of Food for Black Thought. Discussion with Dr. Naya Jones and Dr. Rachael Neal to follow.