We’re all familiar with the stereotype that Black people love fried chicken. It has been used to degrade, dehumanize, and uphold racism. But where does this stereotype come from? And why was fried chicken singled out? In this episode we explore the answers to both of these questions and show the rol
Publish Date: Feb 17, 2021
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We’re all familiar with the stereotype that Black people love fried chicken. It has been used to degrade, dehumanize, and uphold racism. But where does this stereotype come from? And why was fried chicken singled out? In this episode we explore the answers to both of these questions and show the role that fried chicken has played in perpetuating white supremacy. Purchase Bite-sized Black History Bite-sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about 12 brilliant Black Americans that have been largely overlooked by our history books. These 12 bite-sized podcast episodes, coloring pages, and reflection questions are your key to a meaningful Black History Month celebration in your home or classroom! Join the First Name Basis Patreon Community Make sure to join our Patreon Community to take part in our monthly Q&A sessions and download the detailed notes from this episode! First Name Basis Website Join us on Instagram Articles, Books, & Podcast Episodes: Code Switch: Where did that fried chicken stereotype come from? “Writing History With Lightning:’ The Birth of a Nation at 100 ‘The Birth of a Nation’; The 1915 Film screened at the White House Depicting Blacks as Savages Prejudgements of Those Who Eat ‘Healthy’ vs ‘Unhealthy’ Food for Breakfast Jubilee Cookbook by Toni Tipton-Martin ‘The Fried Chicken Capital:’ Where Racial Progress Began Along the Rails Season 3: Episode 11 The One Thing I Wish You Knew About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Season 3: Episode 24 Cancel Culture Pt. 3: Removing Statues So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN