Black Lives Matter Movement (by Jackie Holowka and Mehar Sharma)

Collaborations and Visual Poems

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This image contains “words and phrases that been said or written on signs during the recent protests. . . I tried to use words and phrases that show what the protests are fighting for.”–JH

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This image recreates “what I saw at the Philadelphia Black Lives Matter protest, specifically the Philadelphia Museum of Art. . . There were hundreds of people gathered-chanting, singing, and connecting. I remember watching people spray paint some of the museum’s steps.”–MS

Every single individual has a role to play right now. As members of the human race in America, we must all individually and collectively take action.–JH and MS

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About valeriefox

Valerie Fox is a writer and teacher. She teaches in the Dept. of English and Philosophy at Drexel University. She has published Poems for the Writing: Prompts for Poets, Second Edition, written with Lynn Levin (2019), Insomniatic (2018), The Glass Book (2010), Bundles of Letters, Including A, V and Epsilon (written with Arlene Ang) is a compilation/collaboration (2008). She has published writing in Ellipsis Zine, Cleaver, Proem, The Cafe Irreal, New Flash Fiction Review, Hanging Loose, Juked, and other journals.

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