What if talking about racism was as easy as baking a cake, frying plantains or cooking rice?
Publishing September 12, 2023, The Antiracist Kitchen is a celebration of food, family, activism and resistance in the face of racism. In this anthology featuring stories and recipes from 21 award-winning North American Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) authors and illustrators for young people who share the role of food in their lives and how it has helped fight discrimination, reclaim traditions and celebrate diverse histories and cultures.
In this Q&A, learn all about the editor Nadia L. Hohn’s inspiration behind this book and why it is so timely for young readers today.
“Though the tale is emotionally fraught, young readers are left with an uplifting reminder about the power and resolve of Indigenous people…A moving tribute to Native children’s survival in the residential school system.” Kirkus Reviews Based on author Peggy Janicki’s mother’s experience at residential school, The Secret Pocket is a story of …