Grinning and Bare: Booth, Ebony Isis: vcpe-club.com: Books
Performance poet and activist Ebony Isis Booth sheds light on black feminism, racism and inequality, social justice, and self-love in her debut collection of poems. She reveals the irony of a consumer culture that devours and disposes of black bodies alongside the subsequent creation of social justice movements like Black Lives Matter. In the book's second, poignant half, Booth turns her gaze inward, to look at how her own life has been affected by black fatherhood, romantic love, and self-love. She opens the way for a conversation about the intersections in feminism between the visibility of black women's lives and their bodies. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
Quote tagged! It'll show up on your profile and if approved, on this page. Albuquerque host This Could Be You. Local poet, artist, and activist Ebony Isis Booth shares on the importance and struggle of living in your truth. Ebony Isis Booth is a poet, writer, cultural strategist, and curator of vibes.