Rankine, Claudia

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Just Us: An American Conversation

“How does one say/ what if/ without reproach?” asks Rankine, and proceeds to show us. In the end it is “just us” wanting “justice,” which will require whiteness to be visible and interrogated. A must-read to add to the conversation on racism, antiracism, and white fragility.
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The White Card: A Play

Recommended for drama enthusiasts and all readers interested in race relations in contemporary America.
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Citizen: An American Lyric

Sometimes shocking, sometimes disturbing, but always thoughtful, this work is for fans of Rankine and modern poetry, those who care for societal and racial concerns, and those who want to help change negative views on race.
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Citizen: An American Lyric

Longlisted for the 2014 National Book Award in poetry, this follow up to Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric brings together essays, images, and poems on the stress of citizenship in a deeply racist country...

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