ROOT-ed Zine FOOD Issue 13 - January 2021

ROOT-ed Zine FOOD Issue 13 - January 2021
Library Shelf Location ZINE-R
Publication Date Jan 2021

ROOT-ed Zine FOOD Issue 13

"As people of colour, food shapes our cultures entirely, and is incredibly important to our belief systems and everyday navigation of being in the UK, especially when residing in the North. We've received an amazing amount of talent-filled submissions of recipes, poetry, stories, sculpture, painting and illustration all to do with Food."

 ROOT-ed (Revolution Of Our Time) is a self-published zine and social platform, that aims to promote, support, represent and inspire creative people of colour within the North West of England. The zine was founded by artists Amber Akaunu and Fauziya Johnson during their final year at university in which they both studied Fine Art. They both saw a lack of PoC representation in university, media, galleries and museums and felt the need to create this platform to represent the underrepresented by allowing creatives to showcase their talents and skills and voice their thoughts and ideas. ROOT-ed Zine is published quarterly (January, April, July and October).

This digital zine is not available to view online, it can be viewed as part of BALTIC's zine collection by appointment.

Or purchase a copy here:

Quantity 1
Pages 64
Formats Zine, Digital Zine, PDF File
Publisher ROOT-ed
Category Zine Collection (by appointment)
Keywords poetry, Stories, Black Artists, PoC, Food (subject), recipies, Community

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