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Journey : poems

Author: Wade Hudson
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Third World Press Foundation, [2020] ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First edtion
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Journey is a collection of poems that offers a reflective look at various periods and experiences of Wade Hudson's life journey. There are poems about growing up in Mansfield, LA, a small, Jim Crow town in the south and the people who nurtured him and loved him. There are poems about the Black struggle for freedom and justice. Also included are poems that offer words of wisdom gained over years as an activist and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wade Hudson
ISBN: 9780883784174 0883784173
OCLC Number: 1232954092
Description: ix, 74 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Hometown --
Heroes, sheroes & friends --
The struggle --
Family --
Personal reflection.
Responsibility: Wade Hudson.

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Journey is a collection of poems that offers a reflective look at various periods and experiences of Wade Hudson's life journey. There are poems about growing up in Mansfield, LA, a small, Jim Crow town in the south and the people who nurtured him and loved him. There are poems about the Black struggle for freedom and justice. Also included are poems that offer words of wisdom gained over years as an activist and Black cultural advocate. Poet and author Tony Medina calls Journey a "collection of lifelong wealth, experience, wisdom, and passion." Writer and literary critic E. Ethelbert Miller says "Wade Hudson's journey continues beyond the last page. His book is a baton to be passed to the next generation. His writing hand is filled with love."

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