The Trayvon Generation
From a Pulitzer Prize finalist and New York Times bestselling author and poet comes a galvanizing meditation on the power of art and culture to illuminate America's unresolved problem with race.*Named a Most Anticipated Title of 2022 by TIME magazine, New York Times, Bustle, and more*In the midst of civil unrest in the summer of 2020 and following ...
2022-04-05T21:05:11.000ZIn her book, she uses the lens of the 2020 movement for racial justice to explore its impact on the Black experience—the joy, the fear, the frustration. It is powerful, poignant, and deeply moving. I hope you’ll check it out. – source
2022-05-08T00:09:41.000Za remarkable book of only 130 pp. so densely packed with intelligence, passion, meaning it is virtually monumental. brilliant use of art, poetry. how James Baldwin would have been moved. "art of the essay"--enormously powerful. – source