THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY SEVEN

From Andrea Hairston’s review of Kiini Ibura Salaam’s When the World Wounds. Standing in the wake of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation and facing the selective neglect of black and poor communities, Bone Man tells the young cynic: “Make believe is the only reason I’m here right now.” After the levies break, Bone Man hangs at theContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY SEVEN”