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The American Tradition of Anti-Black Vigilantism
Black people in America have been under surveillance ever since the 17th century, when enslaved Africans were forced to labor in the tobacco and rice fields of the South. Colonial law quickly made a distinction between indentured servants and slaves
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Three Poems by Dan Poppick
“Red Sea” I’m terrified of a number of fates, Poisoned water under a tyrant’s wage, Being fired for doing nothing, my parents dying, Committing a thought like this to the page, The splash of acid to the face A Queens non-profit boss received Leaving
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“Sappho Drives Upstate (Fr. 2)” A Poem by Anne Carson
I saw two old white horses in a field, in the corner of a field, in the shade, who had sought the shade, thoughtfully. glancing not quite at each other but past, holding their heads close, their heads aligned, standing as they had stood many times, a