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TOP 9 POETRY BOOKS I READ IN THE SUMMER OF 2014

Top 9 Poetry Books I Read In The Summer Of 2014 By Jorge Antonio Vallejos   I read these books in Calgary, Regina, and Bayfield, Ontario. My eyes hit pages of poems while sipping coffee in the Higgins family kitchen, on … Continue reading

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NATIVE WOMEN AND TWO-SPIRITS SPEAK OUT AGAINST VIOLENCE!!!

This week on blackcoffeepoet.com we brought attention to the Epidemic of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women in Canada via an Opinion Editorial by Anishinaabe Kwe Christine Luza, a Letter by Cindy Bourgeois to her Transgender sisters asking them to care … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: SHE IS READING HER BLANKET WITH HER HANDS

She Is Reading Her Blanket With Her Hands By Sharron Proulx-Turner Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Two-Spirit Metis poet Sharron Proulx-Turner writes, “I am humbled by the women and girls in my world”, in the intro to her third collection … Continue reading

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