Chapel Probation s3- Esther Tseng- Food and Social Justice after Faith
Chapel ProbationJanuary 02, 2024x
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Chapel Probation s3- Esther Tseng- Food and Social Justice after Faith

Esther Tseng is a badass food blogger and writer who wrote the article, The Silence of My White Friends After Atlanta, back in 2021. She captured what a lot of us were feeling during a time when our AAPI community felt targeted by rabid, ignorant MAGA Trumpers. But before she became a renowned food writer and social justice advocate, Esther grew up in a fundamentalist christian home that hindered her growth as a human. Through progressive church and therapy, she found her way out of faith altogether, finding identity in community and food. Check out her Instagram to experience her journey of food and culture.

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