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Sunday, July 26th – 2 pm
Talking Back: Voices of Color

A new anthology of social justice essays, edited by radical poet and Glen Park neighbor Nellie Wong, will be showcased at Bird & Beckett this Sunday, with readings by contributors on critical issues of the day — education, racism, immigration, LGBT, the penal system, feminism.

Talking Back cover50 essays grouped in sections that include:
Reading, Writing — Resistance!
Crimes of Punishment
Sisters Doing It
Speaking From the Heart
A Global Lens
Shaking It Up
In Their Footsteps

 

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