The tremendous literary achievement of our friend Toni Morrison has rightly been the focus of most of the commentary since her passing. However, her political vision — using language to combat the devastating effects of white supremacy, sexism and all dehumanizing ideologies — remains a profound and underexplored aspect of her identity and impact.
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BY KAPI’OLANI (PIO) LEE Kapi’olani (Pio) Lee is an Alliance Youth Media Fellow
I recently picked up Adrienne Marie Brown’s Emergent Strategies. In it, Brown describes a way of thinking and organizing that she calls fractal. A fractal is “a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole.”
By Imani Jacqueline Brown Imani Jacqueline Brown, an Alliance Creative Leader, is a New Orleans native, artist, activist, researcher, and writer. Her work attempts to...