Black History Month author: Itah Sadu

Itah Sadu wrote two children’s stories for Women’s Press: A Touch of the Zebras and Name Calling. Using her gift for orality, Sadu writes the lines of the story right off the page and into the ears of kids all over Canada, opening a door for dialogue on understanding multi-ethnic families. Aside from her own books, Ms Sadu likes to be among the books as well, she runs A Different Booklist in Toronto, a store that celebrates the literary gems of Canada’s cultural mosaic.

More about Name Calling

More about A Touch of the Zebras

More about A Different Booklist

Lastly, check out this amazing video of Sadu explaining her style of patriotism to TVO’s program “Belong or Bust? Where Do I Fit In?”

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One Response to Black History Month author: Itah Sadu

  1. Jamaican Woman says:

    Wonderful!
    “MOST WINDERFUL”
    Itah, it’s always so wonderful to hear your soothing, inspirational voice.
    Keep it coming, we love you!

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