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AFTER THE SHOOTINGS: A POEM BY QWO-LI DRISKILL

After the Shootings Quanneapague, December 14, 2012 By Qwo-Li Driskill The names of children sharp needles of loss we use to suture the gash of memory that rises from Potatuck land the story bleeds onto us shouts rapid fire crumples … Continue reading

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DECEMBER 17: INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST SEX WORKERS

Today is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.   Here is a poem I wrote for sex workers: White Van. Watch, SHARE, Tweet, be an ally. Subscribe to the Black Coffee Poet YOUTUBE Channel: 140 videos: Poetry, … Continue reading

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