Monthly Archives: September 2011

STEPPING OUT FROM BEHIND THE WALL 2: SUPPORTING SOMEONE WHO IS IN AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP

Tracy Chapman’s song Behind the Wall was the metaphor I used in Stepping Out From Behind The Wall: Acknowledging Male Privilege and It’s Connection to Violence Against Women.  Chapman sings of hearing a female neighbour being assaulted by their male … Continue reading

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STEPPING OUT FROM BEHIND THE WALL: ACKNOWLEDGING MALE PRIVILEGE AND ITS CONNECTION TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

WARNING: 1st paragraph has violent depictions of real life events. Tracy Chapman is mostly known for her classic song Fast Car.  It’s her song Behind the Wall that makes me think of incidents at Canadian universities in the last few … Continue reading

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JACLYN PIUDIK READS HER POETRY

Author of the chapbook The Tao of Loathliness, Jaclyn Piudik has been published widely. It was a pleasure interviewing her, hanging out with her, and watching her read. Enjoy. Tune into BlackCoffeePoet.com Monday September 5 , 2011 for a review of … Continue reading

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