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‘For the Culture’ magazine celebrates Black women in food and wine

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Klancy Miller, a pastry chef turned food writer, sits down with TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones to talk about launching her culinary magazine, “For the Culture,” which celebrates Black women in the food and wine industry. Angela Davis, Mashama Bailey and Krista Scruggs, who are featured in the first edition, talk about what the magazine means to them.