Tanuja Wakefield, daughter of Indian immigrants, depicts the anguish and anger of being taunted for the color of her skin.
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For the London-born poet Jane Spiro, her father’s school photo taken in 1929 represents the “before” but cannot foresee the changes that await a Polish-born Jewish boy.
Massachusetts poet Anne Champion raises a protest against the sale of guns and weapons of mass destruction.
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Taking a global perspective, Ohio poet Amit Majmudar masterfully links issues of ecology and refugees.
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New York poet Kathy Engel responds to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute’s rescinding an award to Angela Davis.