Exploring Food Justice, Resilience, & Entrepreneurship with Tracy Chang
The MIT Asian American Initiative, in collaboration with MIT Asian Women's Alliance & the MIT Libraries, presents: Exploring Food Justice, Resilience, & Entrepreneurship, a conversation with Tracy Chang. Tracy Chang is the owner and Chef of Pagu Restaurant in Cambridge, MA.
Led by the Asian American Initiative, this event caps off a series of hands-on explorations around Asian American food justice and agriculture in fall 2022. Through our conversation with Tracy Chang, we seek to provide access to and knowledge about cultural foods, while exploring themes of women’s entrepreneurship, resilience, and sustainability.
There will be refreshments and appetizers provided by Pagu at the beginning of this event. We do recommend you arrive early as space and the amount of food is limited.
This event will take place in the Nexus of Hayden Library, room 14S-130 at 5pm on Tuesday, November 29th. We encourage all to bring reusable dinnerware and utensils if able.
This event has been made possible as a result of the collaboration between the MIT Asian American Initiative, MIT Asian Women's Alliance, the Women's & Gender Studies Program, and the MIT Libraries. We thank the additional support from MIT Intercultural Engagement, Graduate Residential Education, and Student Wellbeing.