Fatou N’Diaye

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Fatou N’Diaye

Circa 1995


New immigrants Initiative collection (Collection 3442 box 7 folder 13)

From 1924–65, strict national origin quotas controlled immigration to the U.S. The removal of these quotas led to a greatly diversified nation and new forms of cultural hybridity, particularly due to new arrivals from African and Asian nations. Fatou N’Diaye’s restaurant shares recipes from both West Africa and the American South with Philadelphians from all backgrounds.

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