REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY AND PROSE BY SUSAN BLIGHT AND LINDSAY CZITRON

Susan Blight is a member of Couchiching First Nation, Anishinaabe, Turtle Clan. She received an M.F.A. from the University of Windsor (2007) in Integrated Media, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (2004) and a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies (1999) from the University of Manitoba.  

Lindsay Czitron is a queer femme disabled activist/writer type. When she is not trying to save the world (or problematizing the idea of saving the world), she also enjoys photography and music. She is currently studying equity studies and religion at U of T, which she hopes to turn into some radical, spiritual activism some day.

A video roundtable and interview as part of the “Remembering the Forgotten Women of December 6th” week were posted prior to today.

For more videos of poetry, prose, interviews, and roundtables check out the BlackCoffeePoet YOUTUBE Channel.

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About Black Coffee Poet

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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One Response to REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF DECEMBER 6TH: POETRY AND PROSE BY SUSAN BLIGHT AND LINDSAY CZITRON

  1. Pingback: HONOURING THE FORGOTTEN WOMEN OF THE DECEMBER 6TH VIGIL: INDIGENOUS, OF COLOUR, DISABLED, QUEER, TRANSGENDER, SEX WORKER… | Black Coffee Poet

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