Say It Like You Eat It: Geraldine

“The important thing is not de-humanizing people. The moment you de-humanize, the moment you talk about a bunch of people, a group of refugees, a bunch of Palestinians, a bunch of Kurds; you de-humanize people and you don’t connect. So, I think there’s a simple sharing of food that make people human, make people real. If you have a Palestinian and an Israeli sharing food, that’s it, the two people connect on a simple basic level, and they connect as human beings. It’s a great way to face racism”

[Geraldine, Italy, told on 16 July, in London, England]


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