In south Tel Aviv, African migrants help Israelis acquire a taste for their neighbors
Kitchen Talks, a unique cultural exchange dreamed up by two artists/activists, brings together the culinary skills of African migrants with the curiosity and hunger of Israelis.
As Israel engages in a tumultuous debate over what to do about African migrants, other conversations, more personal and friendly, are taking place between Israelis and asylum seekers. As part of a social art project called Sihot Mitbah (Kitchen Talks), which takes place every weekend in Tel Aviv, African migrants give cooking workshops to groups of curious Israelis.
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