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Sometimes, the world tends to forget that America’s entire Black population has suffered from a history of persecution, inequalities, and racism. Black people have had to survive through extreme danger and unjustified arrests for the sole crime of being Black.

In the novella Riot Baby (2020), Tochi Onyebuchi tackles the subject of racism in America in a creative and untraditional way, through a captivating story about two siblings, Ella and Kev, gifted with extraordinary powers. He describes their troubled childhood, their relationship with their mother, the incarceration of Kev, and how Ella eventually attempted to lead her brother toward a revolution that could cause considerable change.