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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: #METOO POETRY

Editor’s Note: As the #metoo movement that originated ten years ago with Tarana Burke reached a critical mass this week, together we bore witness to innumerable traumas. Perhaps, like me, you felt far more than you were able to articulate. … Continue reading

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Where Is the Million Hoodie March for Renisha McBride?

Where Is the Million Hoodie March for Renisha McBride? by Zerlina Maxwell It’s been two weeks since the unnecessary and untimely killing of Renisha McBride. On November 2, the unarmed 19-year-old who was in search for help after a car accident in the … Continue reading

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Three Ways I Was Beaten

Three Ways I Was Beaten by Ariella Yendler I. It’s a really weird story. I was beaten. Not like—well yes, like beaten. With a tire iron. I KNOW, RIGHT. I knew him, the guy who beat me. It wasn’t just … Continue reading

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