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Revolutionary voices : a multicultural queer youth anthology

Author: Amy Sonnie
Publisher: Los Angeles : Alyson Books, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Invisible. Unheard. Alone. Chilling words, but apt to describe the isolation and alienation of queer youth. In silence and fear they move from childhood memories of intolerance or violence to the unknown, unmentored landscape of queer adulthood, their voices stilled or ignored. No longer. Revolutionary Voices celebrates the hues and harmonies of the future of queer society, offering a collection of experiences,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amy Sonnie
ISBN: 1555835589 9781555835583
OCLC Number: 44933914
Description: xxvi, 259 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Speaking for Ourselves / Amy Sonnie --
"We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For" / Margot Kelley Rodriguez --
This is for me ... / Jason Roe --
Was ich bin / Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhran --
Grown-up --
What are you? / Alegria Sonata Barclay --
Where the dead live / Anonymous --
Problem kids --
I was only 13 when ... / Liz Gaden --
Don't Ask Because I Won't Tell / Chris Cotrina --
Grateful / Andromeda --
Bent / Mollie Biewald --
Butch --
Letter From a Butch / Anonymous --
Different: My Experiences as an Intersexed Gay Boy / S. Asher Hanley --
To Know / Nzinga Akili --
Coming Out in Middle School / Gina de Vries --
Proud to be an FOB / Ryan P. Reyes --
The Dark Child / Jerome C. Boyce --
How I got here & where I'm goin' / Mario Anthony Balcita --
Untitled / Rachel Josloff --
Line / Sherisse Alvarez --
Crazy girl: a reconstructed memory in three pieces / dani frances montgomery --
The secret --
Exorcisms / sts --
Am I Happy? / Katherine Heather Grobman --
Affirmation / Uchechi Kalu --
Tasting Home --
Mensajes / Meliza Banales --
Side Effects / Kevin Rolfe --
Bruised / Sara Frog Davidson --
Never Too Good at Dressing Barbies / Dana Nicole Robinson --
Poems whispered in the dark / Laura, Lauren --
Secret Hungers / Anna Mills --
Tug of War Grip / Daryl Vocat --
A Process of Change --
A Healthy Attitude --
The Promise --
Piecing Together My Racial Identity / Kohei Ishihara --
Private Anniversary With Mom / Alix Lindsey Olson --
America's on Sale! --
Washed in the Blood / Beth Ann Dowler --
Broken / Matt Wiedenheft --
Further Falling / De Anne Lyn Smith --
A poem for us / Tim Arevalo --
Halloween 1997 / Amy Sonnie --
Relearning the Mothertongue: Notes From a Second-Generation Queer / Ryn Gluckman --
Our Story / meicha --
Chicago Heights, 1984 / Ariana Banias --
I Wish I Knew the Last Four Verses of America the Beautiful / Shane Luitjens --
Letter From a Young Queer Working-Class Woman of Color / Gloria Ng --
Sensitivity Comes / Thea Gahr --
Untitled --
Another Country / John Frazier --
Walking Home / T. Rowan --
Labels, Names, & Identity --
Dancing in the Shadows, an interview / Siobhan Brooks --
Fingers / Attar --
Straight-Out Pain / Antigona --
Why life? / Cecilia Isaacs-Blundin --
Diary Excerpts, 1995-1998 / Emil Keliane --
Poem for Matthew Shepard / Margot Kelley Rodriguez --
Manifesto --
The Memory of Bathing / Qwo-Li Driskill --
At the Queer Conference Dinner --
On Diversity / Colleen K. Donovan --
Beginning Revolutions --
October 20 / Bree Zuckerman --
Nothing is more cruel / Maria Poblet --
Guerilla poetry manifesto --
Excerpts From Impossible Body / Lisa Lusero --
Queer Youth.
Responsibility: edited by Amy Sonnie ; [with an introduction by Margot Kelley Rodriguez].

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Invisible. Unheard. Alone. Chilling words, but apt to describe the isolation and alienation of queer youth. In silence and fear they move from childhood memories of intolerance or violence to the unknown, unmentored landscape of queer adulthood, their voices stilled or ignored. No longer. Revolutionary Voices celebrates the hues and harmonies of the future of queer society, offering a collection of experiences, ideas, dreams, manifestos, and fantasies expressed through prose, poetry, artwork, and performance pieces. This one-of-a-kind collection is an all-encompassing, far-reaching call to action that provides the groundwork for a new community where all members are recognized as critical components to our future society.

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