Tokenization in Media: A Case Study in Food

New York City Campus

GA NYC (Manhattan), Classrooms
10 East 21st Street
New York NY 10010

Tokenization in Media: A Case Study in Food | New York City

New York City Campus

GA NYC (Manhattan), Classrooms
10 East 21st Street
New York NY 10010

About this event

This event is for anyone in the food industry or anyone interested in learning how to disrupt tokenization within our current food media framework, leverage your access and power to act in solidarity with people of color, and take personal responsibility to do better.

How Can Food Media Better Present Non-White Cultures Without Tokenizing Them?

As defined by Merriam Webster, tokenization is: the policy or practice of making only a symbolic effort (as to desegregate)

Our panel guests will discuss:

  • Why Does Tokenization (In General) Happen?
  • Why Does Tokenization of Non-White Cultures in Food Media Happen?
  • Things You Can Do Today to Leverage Your Power to Address Tokenization Today

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