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Poetry, essays, and memoir by Women of Color of the Tacoma, Washington region Edited by gloria joy kazuko muhammad Publication Date: Dec 16, 2021 ISBN: 9781736820919 We Need a Reckoning is a deeply powerful collection of poetry, essays and memoir by women and non-binary people of color in the Tacoma, Washington area. Organized into five…
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“As women and femmes of color, we carry stories of rejoice, of grief, of resilience, of defeat – stories that sit like markers on our bones so as we age, we carry them with us – stories that pulsate through our blood so that when we finally cross over, we would have already planted legacies in the tiny heartbeats of the next generations to come. It is no small feat, the first day we choose to begin telling our stories. These are holy days.”
– From the introduction by Brandi Douglas, Puyallup Tribal Member, owner of Multifaceted Matriarch, and co-owner of both American Indian Republic and Bella & Belle
This anthology was partially funded by the Tacoma Arts Commission, which supports Tacoma’s community by funding local artists and arts organizations, providing technical assistance organizing Tacoma’s annual Art at Work month, and oversees the public art program.