Recipes for Radical Hospitality Resource Guide
- Ra(i)ces: Black Feminist Encounters essays from participants in the Black Transnational Feminist Retreat in the Dominican Republic
- assata rhymes with daughter a poem by Alexis Pauline Gumbs
- People’s Kitchen Collective: Working at the intersection of art and activism as a food-centered political education project based in Oakland, California.
- QTViệt Cafe Collective: a creative cultural hub dedicated to Queer and Trans Việt (QTViệt) liberation through ancestral practices, the arts, and intergenerational connection.
- Reem’s California: an Arab street corner bakery connecting people across cultures and experiences through the warmth of bread and hospitality and an anchor space that providing good jobs, delicious, nourishing food, and a home to many.
- Second Generation Seeds: a collective of Asian American seed growers and stewards devoted to helping communities of the Asian diaspora discover and deepen their cultural heritage through seeds.
- VietUnity: a grassroots organization bringing Viet people together with the goal of working on local issues while making the connections to a broader system, and to a larger multi-racial and multi-class movement for social justice.
- United Tribes of Bristol Bay a Tribal consortium working to protect the traditional Yup’ik, Dena’ina, and Alutiiq ways of life in Southwest Alaska that depend on the Bristol Bay Watershed and all it sustains, most notably Bristol Bay’s wild salmon.
- Save Bristol Bay a call to action to support durable, long-term protections for Bristol Bay.
- Wild Salmon Center a group working to protect the strongest wild salmon rivers around the entire North Pacific.
- Salmon Nation accelerating a vibrant and growing movement towards healthier, localized, more regenerative economies and communities.
- Woodcock Smokery traditional smoke-curing as a means to preserve the bounty that she and husband at the time were catching from the Atlantic waters of the West Cork coastline.
- Salmon: A Fish, the Earth, and the History of Their Common Fate by Mark Kurlansky
- The Breadfruit Institute promoting the conservation, study, and use of breadfruit for food and reforestation.
- Jungle Project preserving the quality of soils and water through regenerative farming and agroforestry integration in order to maintain the health of rural communities
- The Properties of Perpetual Light by Julian Aguon (UOG Press)
- Protect Guam Water an indigenous youth leadership program under Nihi!, providing youth with an opportunity for a hands-on leadership learning program dedicated to protecting Guam’s land and water resources.
- Indigenous Kinship Collective Indigenous femme, gnc, and womxn who gather on Lenapehoking to honor ourselves & our relatives
- Palestinian Museum of Natural History
- The Land of Canaan Foundation Sustaining Traditional Farming Communities in Palestine
- Palestinian Heirloom Seed Library
- Om Sleiman Farm Palestinian farm using a CSA model to strengthen indigenous agricultural identity and reconnect to traditional food
- Sumac Identification and Planting Guide
- Visions of a New Economy from Detroit: A Conversation with Malik Yakini
- A wealthy white woman donated a ‘sizable’ portion of her inheritance to a Detroit nonprofit as reparations
- Detroit People’s Food Co-Op set to build grocery store in North End
- Kimjang UNESCO cultural heritage
- Eric Kim’s article on kimjang
- Is This How You Eat a Watermelon? A poem by Zein El-Amine
- Pandemic Post a collection of poems, recipes; an essay on the sisterhood of Jewish cooking;; an interview with Soul Fire Farm; a comic about Peruvian cooking; and more
- Comida pal pueblo an initiative collectively led by three Bushwick-based grassroots organizations, New York Boricua Resistance (NYBR), G-Rebls, and Mi Casa Resiste.
Long-Format Soundtrack from the Anthology of Booty DJs
This past winter, the Anthology of Booty DJs came together to create a playlist called “21 Moods,” a collection of homecoming themed songs and sounds that got us through the past year. We offer this as an additional soundtrack for moving through the AMC this year. 21 Moods Playlist on Soundcloud | 21 Moods Playlist on Spotify
We share this playlist on both Soundcloud and Spotify with a vision for a music platform landscape that shifts towards uplifting & fairly paying independent artists (SC’s model does slightly better here) and also being massively accessed for streaming (right now Spotify is popularly used and the whole catalog is available for “free” to listeners). Check out the Union of Musicians and Allied Workers resource page to learn more & support independent musicians.