Lynne is joined by jessica Care moore, award-winning poet, curator and founder of Black Women Rock.
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From the virtual salon:
"Baldwin said, 'All your buried corpses are now beginning to speak.' The blood that’s on your hands, that’s built this country and that’s never talked about. For the children born after the sixties - there were no riots happening when I was born. Some Black folks got their checks, or their house, or their middle class existence. The Civil Rights movement was almost gone. The Black Panthers were gone, they killed Fred Hampton.
When you’re a child and you’re born into this Black city - Detroit - your dad’s a construction worker, your mom works at the phone company - you’re like, what is this thing called resistance? I didn’t grow up being in the front lines of anything, but in my spirit, in my energy, in the water of Detroit, I felt that energy was still there." –jessica Care moore