BLACK COFFEE POET READS “SATURDAYS” BY ANA CASTILLO

This week I’ve been writing a series called Stepping Out From Behind The Wall: 1 and 2 where I explored male privilege and it’s connection to violence against women, as well as supporting a someone in an abusive relationship.

Ana Castillo’s poem Saturdays found in her collection My Father Was A Toltec sums up the week well.

It’s my pleasure to read Saturdays by Ana Castillo for you.  Enjoy!

Tune in to BlackCoffeePoet.com next week for the 1 Year Anniversary celebration featuring Lee Maracle: video interview, review, written dialogue, and reading. 

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Black Coffee Poet is a mixed race poet, essayist, and journalist who focuses on Social Justice, Indigenous Rights, STOPPING Violence Against Women, Film, and Literature.
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