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There's a revolution outside, my love : letters from a crisis

Author: Tracy K Smith; John Freeman
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC, 2021.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"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." --
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Essays
History
Personal correspondence
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
There's a revolution outside, my love.
New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC, 2021
(OCoLC)1226169504
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tracy K Smith; John Freeman
ISBN: 9780593314708 0593314700
OCLC Number: 1250355082
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 299 pages)
Contents: Preface by Tracy K. Smith --
Patricia Smith, Salutation in Search Of --
Randall Kenan, Learning from the Ghosts of the Civil War --
Edwidge Danticat, Mourning --
Su Hwang, Why the Rebellion Had to Begin Here --
Michael Kleber-Diggs, On the Complex Flavors of Black Joy --
Amaud Jamaul Johnson, Letter from the Fault Lines of Midwestern Racism --
Layli Long Soldier, I Cannot Stop: A Response to the Murder of George Floyd --
Sofian Merabet, Be Safe Out There (And Other American Delusions, Rhetorical and Otherwise) --
Nyle Fort, I Hated That I Had to See Your Face Through Plexiglass --
Daniel Peña, Let These Protests Bring Light to America --
Claudia Castro Luna, Letter from a Seattle Protest --
Pitchaya Sudbanthad, Finding Justice in the Streets --
Indigo Moor, A Riotous Anodyne --
Tracy K. Smith, A Letter to Black America --
Joshua Bennett, Where Is Black Life Lived? --
Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, On the Endless Mourning of the Present --
Ali Black, On Protest, Laughter, and Finding Breath --
Gregory Pardlo, Letter to Juneteenth --
Major Jackson, Letter from Burlington --
James Noël, Black Prayer --
Dawn Lundy Martin, Sense --
Idrissa Simmonds-Nastili, Black Motherhood in Sleepless Times --
Cynthia Tucker, Letter to a Mother Who Survived and Thrived --
Jasmon Drain, "Maybe" (Letter to a Daughter Who Will Wear Two Masks) --
Camille T. Dungy, This'll Hurt Me More --
Ross Gay, Have I Ever Told You All the Courts I've Loved? --
Samiya Bashir, Letter from Exile: Finding Home in a Pandemic --
Héctor Tobar, A Generational Uprising --
Oscar Villalon, When the Shadow Is Looming --
Manuel Muñoz, From Plagues to Protests to Wildfires --
Craig Santos Perez, Postcards from a Quarantined Paradise --
Julia Alvarez, Three Liberties: Past, Present, Yet to Come --
Nikky Finney, Letter to John Robert Lewis --
Reginald Dwayne Betts, Kamala Harris, Mass Incarceration, and Me --
Lilly Wachowski, Refuse Fascism, at the Ballot Box and in the Street --
Monica Youn, Why I'm Getting Out of the Boiler Room This Election --
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Voting Trump Out Is Not Enough --
Francisco Goldman, The Fall of Trump: On Presidents, Dictators, and Life After a Regime --
Sasha LaPointe, Thunder Song --
Kirsten West Savali, On Motherhood and Ancestral Resistance.
Responsibility: edited by Tracy K. Smith and John Freeman.
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"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." --

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