Linfield College Wine Lecture Series: Panel Discussion of Red, White & Black
38 minutes 22 seconds
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Viticulture and Oenology
Red, White & Black is a documentary film from director Jerry Bell, Jr. that chronicles the struggles and successes of minority winemakers in Oregon, highlighting the individuals who have begun changing the face of Oregon's winemaking culture. The film delves into the challenges and accomplishments of winemakers of color and the LGBTQ community who have traditionally been excluded from the predominantly white industry. This panel discussion, moderated by Dr. Greg Jones (Director of the Evenstad Center for Wine Education at Linfield College and Evenstad Chair in wine studies), includes the film's writer, director, and several winemakers featured in Red, White & Black.
Amador, Kimberly Utti; Bell, Jerry Jr.; Drabkin, Remy; Faustin, Bertony; Jones, Gregory V.; and Sleet, Jarod, "Linfield College Wine Lecture Series: Panel Discussion of Red, White & Black" (2018). Wine Lectures. Video File. Submission 6.