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The suffering of the Black community can no longer fall on deaf ears. The history of shame and silence that haunts America must be excavated with careful listening, bold honesty and intentional, long-term action so that we can experience healing and wholeness. It is our responsibility to think carefully how fear and greed have made a world where some prosper and others suffer.
How do we begin to understand racism and the evil it perpetuates? In this interview, Dominique Christina, opens up about the intersections of her life and work as poet, educator, and activist. Dominique is a friend but also an award-winning poet, author, educator, and activist. She is fierce, vulnerable, uncompromising, honest, endlessly compassionate, and wise.
Through stories, poetry, and impassioned conversation she invites us to feel; “to try on this sadness, this outrage, this pain, to reject the ‘construct’ of race, and remind ourselves again of the miracle, the infinite possibilities of being human.”