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Chef David Thomas Is Not Here to ‘Elevate’ Soul Food

His Baltimore restaurant incorporates history and sustainability in its tribute to civil rights activist and journalist Ida B. Wells Appropriately housed in the same historic Baltimore building as the Real News Network, a progressive, nonprofit media organization, Ida B’s Table opened late August with a similarly progressive inspiration. It’s named after Ida B. Wells, the early civil rights activist, feminist, and journalist.
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