Postcards to the Future: A Protest in Place

Postcards to the Future: A Protest in Place / LEGACY

July 6, 2020
Kore Press is closed for the month of July as we do every year. However, because of the intensity of activist movements for the freedom and safety of Black people occurring into the summer, we didn’t want our website and other public displays to be dormant. 
We are offering a thematic presentation/installation of work from our anthology Letters to the Future: Black Women/Radical Writing, (edited by Erica Hunt and Dawn Lundy Martin, 2018) starting in July, as a form of protest in place. Kore Press has been committed to publishing Black writers since its inception, and the Letters to the Future anthology compiles innovative, radical Black women whose work is both timeless and speaking to this historical moment. 
Across each month we’ll present work in various media (print-based text, audio clips, and visual art) based on themes that are reflected in the diverse array of work in the book and that we feel are on the pulse of today’s social movement. 
Our first theme is Legacy, which lays the ground for the arc of the series, followed by Horror, Activism, Joy, and Future.
We hope this series of multimedia displays/compilations —Postcards to the Future—running July through November, will give solace, energy, strength and a frame of reference for the activism and assertion of human rights for African-Americans and for us all. 
The KPI Postcards to the Future: Protest in Place team 

Tracie Morris, Lisa Bowden, Desiree Maultsby, Denise Uyehara, Dulce Botello, Casely Coan, Liz Burden, Tina Howard

Navigate to the individual posts in the LEGACY series, below, or follow the Postcards tag at left.

Erica Hunt interview

Sonia Sanchez

Harryette Mullen

Yona Harvey

Erica Hunt / Inheritance