For poet Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, as for the Black Romantics, history is the repetition of anti-Black violence that has yet to be abolished.
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How do black feminist artists negotiate their own work in the wake of commercial success beyond contemporary poetry’s wildest dreams?
What can dance contribute to the contemporary politics of resistance? If politics is about movement—uprising, oppression, resistance, setback, advance ...