Soul Food Sundays

Soul Food Sundays
Raphael Wright is a social entrepreneurs that’s opening a grocery store in Detroit. While still in the development stages of the venture, this journey has exposed him to the social, political, educational, and economic forces that dictates what food we eat, how we eat, when we eat, and why we eat. Soul Food is a podcast that forces listeners to view food as much more as a delicious thing we eat but also as a tool of power in the world. AND… We’re gonna save the traditional known as Soul Food Sundays. Support this podcast:

Unwanted Consequences
Sep 9, 2018 • 14 min
After a week off, Rafa discusses The American Heart Association, and his thoughts on why families and communities should bring Soul Food Sundays back. More about The Urban Health Accelerator by American Heart Association: Support…
Food Deserts and Swamps
Aug 26, 2018 • 15 min
This episode I have an introduction to what a food desert and food swamp is and how they affect communities in America, particularly communities I come from. Make sure to support this Podcast on Anchor and share throughout your networks. “Supersizing…
Junk Food in the Hood
Aug 19, 2018 • 13 min
Rafa Wright speaks about the mechanics of fast food and how he believes it has impacted poor minorities in America’s inner cities. Vote for Rafa Wright’s company “Neighborhood Grocery” to win $50,000 in this year’s Hatch Detroit Competition presented by…