Tag: slavery

Untitled – First of a new series

I am writing a series of poems that will be accompanied by a piece of art. That necessary intimacy of mouth to ear, whispered revelations, not soapbox fragile slats breaking under the weight of a forced belief, one must believe what others hold true. We’re standing under the canopy of sun unfiltered by clouds, in…
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Strange Fruit

I began an art project a while back, experimenting with several dimensions to raise my vision from the canvas. I am in the second stage of this project I call, Strange Fruit. I teach a class at the University of Tampa called Mass Media and Society and came across a video a couple of years…
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Rewind yourself in history, then look at today…

This has been a week of radical occurrences in my life.  Clearly, I tell myself, it must be something in the water.  I have several friends that seem to be experiencing the same kind of “out of kilter” existence right now.  Relationships are breaking apart and forming.  Babies are being born and loved ones are…
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