Patrice Lumumba: An Anthology of Writers on Black Liberation
The PATRICE LUMUMBA anthology collects the liberatory words of 24 authors, many of whom call Oakland, California, home. Herein are explorations of contemporary colonization, the racial/physical/mental/physic abuses of power, locations of home, alternative modes of work, the health profession, and the healing powers of history. These poems are a call to action for collective change--now.
Contributors include Dee Allen, Sarai Bordeaux, James Cagney, Dajuan Carter-Woodard, Meilani Clay, Jeneé Darden, Sarah Dudzic Iyer, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Lynsie Falco, QR Hand Jr., Alie Jones, Melissa Jones, Joan Tarika Lewis, Brandon Logans, Tureeda Mikell, Ayodele Nzinga, Adrienne Oliver, Halima Olufemi, Joy Priest, Tolbert Small, Landon Smith, and Mimi Tempestt.
Curated by Tureeda Mikell. Cover art by John Sims.