A Place to Start

The news of the past 10 days have been upsetting, to say the least. Like you, I’ve sometimes felt like curling up on the couch with all. the. chocolate. However, avoidance has never been a good way to solve a problem, so this is what I did instead:

Next, I’ll be tuning in to conversations moderated by Megan Giller, author of Bean-to-Bar, on making the craft chocolate world more inclusive. These discussions will take place every Friday for the next three weeks and, if you love and care about chocolate, I hope you consider joining, too.

I’ve heard from some friends that they don’t know where to start their anti-racism journey or how to communicate about it. The important thing, I think, is to get started. I hope the handful of resources above will help you do just that. As always, you can leave a comment and share your resources.

The news of the past 10 days have been upsetting, to say the least. Like you, I’ve sometimes felt like curling up on the couch with all. the. chocolate. However, avoidance has never been a good way to solve a problem, so this is what I did instead:

Next, I’ll be tuning in to conversations moderated by Megan Giller, author of Bean-to-Bar, on making the craft chocolate world more inclusive. These discussions will take place every Friday for the next three weeks and, if you love and care about chocolate, I hope you consider joining, too.

I’ve heard from some friends that they don’t know where to start their anti-racism journey or how to communicate about it. The important thing, I think, is to get started. I hope the handful of resources above will help you do just that. As always, you can leave a comment and share your resources.