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This short but impassioned speech by writer, radical feminist, and activist Audre Lorde is about self-actualization, the power of language, and what happens if we sit back and allow others to take charge of our stories. Originally delivered at a commencement ceremony for college graduates in the twentieth century, Difference and Survival returns to deliver the same life-changing message…
Difference and Survival: An Address at Hunter College is a compact and powerful speech by none other than writer, activist, and feminist Audre Lorde.
Originally published in 2009 within I am Your Sister (Oxford 2009) but delivered between 1976 – 1990, Difference and Survival returns to deliver the same life-changing message to readers: the stories we tell ourselves have the power to change our lives.
This speech is about self-actualization, the power of language, and what happens if we sit back and allow others to take charge of our stories.
Difference and Survival was designed, printed, and hand-bound in Tacoma, Washington, by Jonathan David Post of Arcady Goods. It was printed on recycled paper with biodegradable ink, in a limited and numbered edition. Only 500 copies of this chapbook exist.
ESSAY | SPEECH
Publication date: June 2023
Page Count: 24
Dimensions: 5” x 4”
Publisher: Blue Cactus Press
Printer: Arcady Goods
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