Practically Speaking 55: Tiger Stripe Publishes Children's Stories For All


On this episode of Practically Speaking, host Audra Wilson talks with three guests about the under representation of certain groups in society. One Black woman, Joy Triche, founded Tiger Stripe Publishing because she felt some groups in society; specifically African-Americans were not represented in children’s books. The three discuss representation, creating books, publishing, and more. Later in this episode, one Chicago poet reads her poem live. Wilson spoke with:
-Joy Triche, founder and owner of Tiger Stripe Publishing which features stories of under represented people.
-Isaac Perry, Chicago based writer and creative director at paradox media.
-Kristiana Colón, Chicago playwright, poet, actor, and educator.

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