Black Powerful /

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Imprint:San Francisco : McSweeney's Publishing, [2022]
©2022
Description:367 pages ; 20 cm
Language:English
Subject:Black people -- Attitudes.
African Americans -- Attitudes.
Black people -- Race identity.
African Americans -- Race identity.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12751632
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Other authors / contributors:Marin, Natasha, curator, conceptor.
ISBN:1952119251
9781952119255
Summary:"Award-winning viral curator and poet Natasha Marin follows-up her acclaimed Black Imagination with a brilliant new collection of sharply-rendered, breathtaking reflections from more than two dozen Black voices. What does it sound like when you claim yourself? When do you feel most at home in yourself? What is your relationship to Africa, real or imagined? Black Powerful examines Black Americans' relationship with Africa and intersperses their reflections with Continental Africans' thoughts on Black Folx raised elsewhere in a monumental chorus of authentic joy, tragedy, and imagination. Black Powerful is one sacred act of witnessing."--

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Call Number: E185.615.B53 2022
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