There is nothing more powerful for community building than breaking bread together. Conflict Kitchen is an art and food project in Pittsburgh that focusses on serving cuisine from areas with which the U.S is in conflict. Currently, they are focussing on Palestine, though have served the foods of Afghanistan, North Korea, Cuba and Iran in the past. This seems a brilliant way of framing fruitful discussions about global politics and state violence. Check out their website; it is inspiring work!