Anti-Racist Soup was a zine first conjured in early 2020 to address the rise of Sinophobia and anti-Asian violence during the Covid-19 pandemic against Asian communities in Aotearoa. It was also a statement of solidarity with Black Lives Matter, and how we can work towards genuine solidarity with Black communities as tauiwi (non-Māori) people of colour. This zine takes soup as a metaphor for care, nourishment, relationality and resistance to ongoing forms of racial and colonial violence. Edited by Helen Yeung, Mahdis Azarmandi and Kerry Ann Lee, Anti-Racist Soup features a range of pieces and artworks from activists, writers, creatives and academics of colour.
Published by Migrant Zine Collective and Strange Goods.