There's a Revolution Outside, my Love : : Letters From a Crisis
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Call Number: 306.097 Th, Black Studies 306.097 Th, Adult Book / Nonfiction / Social Science / Race & Ethnicity / There's A Revolution Outside, My Love
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Salutation in search of / Patricia Smith -- Learning from the ghosts of the Civil War / Randall Kenan -- Mourning / Edwidge Danticat -- Why the rebellion had to begin here / Su Hwang -- On the complex flavors of Black joy / Michael Kleber-Digger -- Letter from fault lines of Midwestern racism / Amaud Jamaul Johnson -- I cannot stop: a response to the murder of George Floyd / Layli Long Soldier -- Be safe out there (and other American delusions, rhetorical and otherwise) / Sofian Merabet -- I hated that I had to see your face through plexiglass / Nyle Fort -- Let these protests bring light to America / Daniel Peňa -- Letters from a Seattle protest / Claudia Castro Luna -- Finding justice in the streets / Pitchaya Sudbanthad -- A riotous antodyne / Indigo Moot -- A letter to Black America / Tracy K. Smith -- Where is Black life lived? / Joshua Bennett -- On the endless mourning of the present / Honorée Fanonne Jeffers -- On protests, laughter, and finding breath / Ali Black -- Letters to Juneteeth / Gregory Pardlo -- Letter from Burlington / Major Jackson -- Black prayer / James Noél -- Sense / Dawn Lundy Martin -- Black motherhood in sleepless times / Idrissa Simmonds-Nastili -- Letter to a mother who survived and thrived / Cynthia Tucker -- “Maybe” (letter to a daughter who will wear two masks) Jasmon Drain -- This'll hurt me more / Camille T. Dungy -- Have I ever told you all the courts I've loved / Ross Gay -- Letter from exile: finding home in a pandemic / Samiya Bashir -- A generational uprising / Héctor Tobar -- When the shadow is looming / Oscar Villalon -- From plagues to protest to wildfires / Manuel Muňoz -- Postcards from quarantined paradise / Craig Santos Perez -- Three liberties: past, present, yet to come / Julia Alvarez -- Letter to John Robert Lewis / Nikky Finney -- Kamala Harris, mass incarceration, and me -- Refuse fascism, at the ballet box and in the street / Lilly Wachowski -- Why I'm getting out of the boiler room this election / Monica Youn -- Voting Trump out is not enough / Keeang-Yamahatta Taylor -- The fall of Trump: on presidents, dictators, and life after a regime / Francisco Goldman -- Thunder song / Sasha LaPointe -- On motherhood and ancestral resistance / Kirsten West Savali.
"This kaleidoscopic portrait of an unprecedented time brings together some of our most treasured writers today--Edwidge Danticat, Layli Long Soldier, Monica Youn, Julia Alvarez, Reginald Dwayne Betts, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor--to give voice to the unthinkable grief and hopeful possibilities born in an era of revolution and change." -- Provided by publisher.
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New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC, 2021.
Year Published: 2021
Description: xvii, 299 pages ; 21 cm
Smith, Tracy K.,
Freeman, John, 1974-
Social problems -- United States -- Public opinion. -- 21st century
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- -- United States -- Public opinion.
United States -- Public opinion. -- 1980-
United States -- Public opinion. -- 2017-