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Sunday Dinners Are Sacred for African Americans

Though I moved away from the church, cooking on Sundays keeps me connected to my roots

AsAs a child growing up in the South, I knew that Sunday was a holy and reverent day set aside from all the rest. Each one began the same: stirring from a deep sleep early in the morning, when the faintest light from sunrise was starting to…



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Nneka M. Okona

Heart-centered writer writing about travel, food, personal growth and self-discovery.