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Before the next bomb drops : rising up from Brooklyn to Palestine

Author: Remi Kanazi
Publisher: Chicago : Haymarket Books, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"We are the boat / returning to dock / we are the footprints / on the northern trail / we are the iron / coloring the soil / we cannot / be erased -from "Refugee" Remi Kanazi's poetry presents an unflinching look at the lives of Palestinians under occupation and as refugees scattered across the globe. He captures the Palestinian people's stubborn refusal to be erased, gives voice to the ongoing struggle for
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Remi Kanazi
ISBN: 9781608465248 1608465241
OCLC Number: 903424391
Description: ix, 100 pages ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Remi Kanazi.

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"We are the boat / returning to dock / we are the footprints / on the northern trail / we are the iron / coloring the soil / we cannot / be erased -from "Refugee" Remi Kanazi's poetry presents an unflinching look at the lives of Palestinians under occupation and as refugees scattered across the globe. He captures the Palestinian people's stubborn refusal to be erased, gives voice to the ongoing struggle for liberation, and explores the meaning of international solidarity. In this latest collection, Kanazi expands his focus outside the sphere of Palestine and presents pieces examining racism in America, police brutality, US militarism at home and wars abroad, conflict voyeurism, Islamophobia, and a range of other issues. "--

"Remi Kanazi's poetry presents an unflinching look at the lives of Palestinians under occupation and as refugees scattered across the globe. In Kanazi's second collection, he captures the stubborn refusal of the Palestinian people to allow themselves to be erased, gives voice to the ongoing struggle for liberation, and explores the meaning of international solidarity"--

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