Hot Bread Kitchen stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight for ongoing racial justice in our city and country. We are absolutely devastated by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Nina Pop, Tony McDade, and countless others. This hits close to home in the work that we do to support an inclusive, equitable food community.
Hot Bread Kitchen remains committed to our community of women, immigrants, and BIPOC across the food industry. However, we recognize that the anti-racist work we all must do is a long road filled with reflection—and action. We continue the work of re-examining our mission, programs, and processes through an intersectional, anti-racist lens, beginning with listening to our community of women and BIPOC small business owners.
As part of this commitment, we will continue amplifying and telling stories of our incredible community—particularly in June, a month of intersectional celebration: immigrant heritage stories, Pride, Juneteenth, and Father’s Day
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