Don't miss this! Join me on this latest episode as I dive into the captivating world of In the Upper Country with debut author Kai Thomas. We uncover the lesser-known history of Black Canada, the political landscape of free settlements, and the vital role of land and stories in Black culture. Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and relax as we dig deep into this sweeping tale of two women's intersecting lives at the terminus of the Underground Railroad.
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KAI THOMAS is a writer, carpenter, and land steward. He is Afro-Canadian, born and raised in Ottawa, descended from Trinidad and the British Isles. In the Upper Country is his first novel.
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