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A series of children's books that center the experiences of a child who is neither a boy nor a girl.
What makes the"Polkadot" series unique is that it centers a non-binary experience of gender identity, rather than a binary one. Written and illustrated by a transgender clinical social worker.
Rest assured that while this book will make a positive social impact, it will not make a negative environmental one:
"Meet Polkadot," is printed a UV Web Press that emits no VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds).
The cover boards on "Meet Polkadot," are FSC® certified and 100% post consumer waste and all inks used are 100% vegetable based!
Thirty-Nine (39) Questions for White People
DangerDot Publishing is very honored to celebrate the publication of "Thirty-Nine Questions for White People," by Naima Lowe, a stunning art piece and rare book that insists that readers reflect on the complexity of race, and the privilege to not have to notice it.
This book is OUT OF PRINT.
DangerDot publishing promotes and engages in fair labor practices that are sensitive to the environment.
We are committed to seeking out manufacturers who do the same.
We wish to make a positive impact with our printed work both socially AND environmentally. We print with an employee owned company in Canada that is Forest Stewardship Council Certified (FSC®) and uses only hydro-generated power provided by the Nelson River watershed, a renewable source of clean energy with zero carbon. These hydro-powered plants produce no air pollutants, no toxic waste, and contribute 18-60 times less greenhouse gases than natural gas or coal-fired plants
DangerDot Publishing supports collectives and employee-owned companies and donates generously to the work of activists engaged in Liberation work.