The Antiracist Kitchen: Meet the Contributors!
Join Us for a Thoughtful and Tasty Virtual Event!
The Antiracist Kitchen: 21 Stories (and Recipes) is "a celebration of diversity in the form of a cookbook. The author asks, "What if talking about racism was as easy as baking a cake?" With this book, it could be." - SLJ, starred review. This brilliant event will feature the editor NADIA HOHN, as well as contributors REYNA GRANDE, SK ALI, ANDREA J. LONEY, LINDA SUE PARK, and BRYAN PATRICK AVERY.
The Antiracist Kitchen: 21 Stories (and Recipes) is a celebration of food, family, activism and resistance in the face of racism. In this anthology featuring stories and recipes from 21 diverse and award-winning North American children's authors, the authors share the role of food in their lives and how it has helped fight discrimination, reclaim culture and celebrate people with different backgrounds. They bring personal and sometimes difficult experiences growing up as racialized people. Chopped, seared, marinated and stewed, The Antiracist Kitchen highlights the power of sitting down to share a meal and how that simple act can help bring us all together.
Wednesday, October 11th at 6PM EST via Crowdcast!
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