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BCP READS @ POVERTY TO POWER 2013

Poverty to Power Reading By Jorge Antonio Vallejos Photo by Gerardo Correa This past Monday I presented 3 poems about racism in the workplace, violence against Aboriginal women, and the prison industrial complex at the Colour of Poverty 2013 conference: … Continue reading

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READING AT SPINLAW 2013: SPREADING THE ROOTS AND REACH OF THE LIVING TREE

Reading at SPINLAW 2013: Spreading the Roots and Reach of the Living Tree By Jorge Antonio Vallejos Early this year I was commissioned to write a poem for the SPINLAW conference, 30 Years Under the Living Tree: Reflections on the … Continue reading

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PRESENTING AT ACLA 2013: “ON READING CHRYSTOS: HER WORDS ARE NOT VANISHING”

Presenting at ACLA 2013: On Reading Chrystos: Her Words Are Not Vanishing By Jorge Antonio Vallejos This past Saturday, April 6 2013, I had the honour of presenting my memoir essay On Reading Chrystos: Her Words Are Not Vanishing at … Continue reading

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SUBSCRIBE TO THE BLACK COFFEE POET BLOG AND YOUTUBE CHANNEL!!!

Wednesday March 20, 2013 Dear Readers, Do you know that you can subscribe to blackcoffeepoet.com for FREE?  Do you know that I have a YOUTUBE Channel that is a companion to blackcoffeepoet.com? You can subscribe to my blog by clicking … Continue reading

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MALIKAH AWE:RI AND ROGER LANGEN READ THEIR POEMS FROM RESISTANCE POETRY #2

Meeting Malikah Awe:ri to tape her reading from Resistance Poetry #2 was great.  I was a guest on her show with Dane Swan; we talked poems, read poems, and learned about poetry from each other. My interview with Malikah was … 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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