Postcards to the Future: LEGACY Erica Hunt inheritance

Excerpts from Erica Hunt’s introduction to Letters to the Future: Black Women / Radical Writing. Angle, Defy Gravity, Land Unpredictably By Erica Hunt The future is a slippery project. What can it hold? We asked writers to write about it, imagining the future as the present conjugated—conjoining the past, the present with some other time. Don’t writers

Niki Herd / George Floyd And The White Gaze

Now That Another Black Body Has Been Laid to Rest: George Floyd And The White Gaze by Niki Herd I don’t know who George Floyd is yet, but I am already angry. It is Wednesday, May 20th, eleven weeks into America’s full consciousness of a worldwide pandemic that even with its rising slope of fatalities

Joy Harjo / One day I did not know what to do with my anger

Joy Harjo June 1, 2020 This last week has been one of failures, facing my own poor communication skills (why do you think I was given this path of words?!), rifts and coming together in family, a mulberry tree, and tending to the wounded sacredness of our family, community, this earth. One day I wondered

tanner menard / Mitigating sorrow in the midst of confusion.

We are all asking ourselves the question & by question mean we are all asking ourselves questions. Personally moral indignation gives way. Indignation gives way to a sort of sleep in the lower part of the spine & what of the seafloor & the way it washes up healing the feet with microbes. We don’t

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter. Kore Press Institute stands with those seeking justice, equality, and change. We stand against police brutality, white supremacy, and the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and so many other black Americans before them. Books can be a vehicle for change. We encourage our non-Black community to join us in actively participating

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