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Be a Part of the Movement
There are three main ingredients to "Broken Bread": the people, the issues and the food. Stay tuned each week to learn more. As each episode airs, more information, from articles and maps, to interactive timelines and photo essays, will go live online. Learn how you can be a part of the movement.
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Get the 101 on each issue to learn about its symptoms and possible solutions. What is a food desert and why you should care. Read about the policies that can help improve reentry for the formerly incarcerated back into the workforce. Learn how you can advocate for food access and good jobs for all. Become empowered through knowledge and resources to become an agent of change.
Meet the people who are making a difference in their neighborhood, from community leaders to entrepreneurs. Find inspiration in their origin stories. Learn about the challenges they face improving their community and the solutions they find.
As chef Roy Choi breaks bread with the people, learn about the food, and get the recipes to make your own.
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Though Horace Tapscott died in 1999, his legacy of music and focus on community burn brighter than ever because of the rising popularity of contemporary jazz artists like Kamasi Washington.
While most people are sleeping in their cozy beds, there is a whole segment of society that is awake and keeping the city moving. In the big picture, how does night work affect the economy and society as a whole?
A long history of arts and activism at The Paramount Ballroom precedes the work of the Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory. Historically, it has been a source of arts and culture in a neighborhood marked by demographic change and fight against displacement.
A historical gold boom has resulted in thousands of abandoned mines spread across the Mojave desert that have grave environmental repercussions.
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Roy explores the power of cooking to rehabilitate those on the margins of society and the organizations taking a chance on those who need it most.
Roy meets the individuals bringing healthy and affordable food options into South L.A. communities that lack access to fresh food.
Roy explores future culinary landscapes looking forward to a world affected by climate change.
Roy explores the issues of equality and the emergence of a new culinary landscape since the advent of legalized recreational marijuana.
Roy journeys from L.A. to Orange County to discover how non-profit innovators are tackling the problem of food waste.
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