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Read Think Act: on the radicalism of growing food with Claire Ratinon


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"The systems that nourish us are inherently connected to the ways in which power operates, and so there's no way that you would participate in this tiny little thing and it not open your mind in other ways."

Welcome to Read Think Act, our video series where writing and activism go hand in hand (or head to head) and we explore the space where they intersect, taking ideas from the pages and into our communities.

For our latest episode, it's a huge privilege to be able to share a conversation with Claire Ratinon, author 'Unearthed: On race and roots, and how the soil taught me I belong'. Claire answered three questions on the power of reclaiming history and the inherent radicalism of growing food and working with the land.

Author photo credit: Christian Cassiel

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