Tag Archives: Edwidge Danticat

Not Oprah’s Book Club: Claire of the Sea Light by Edwidge Danticat

TweetEd. note: This is a guest post from Emily Villano. Emily is a recent college graduate and a feminist, living and writing in Central Oregon. Edwidge Danticat has stated that though her body is in the United States, her imagination lies in Haiti. She writes about Haiti in Brooklyn, NY, with her debut novel Breathe, [...]
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Why can’t I be both?: Questions on binaries, privilege and activism

Tweet“Where are you from?” I turn to the man at the bus station. Wearing mismatched army pants and an African Kufi hat, he looks like some of the other lost souls that usually try to talk to me. I sigh, and decide to be difficult. “I’m from San Francisco,” I tell him, smiling innocently. “Oh,” [...]
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