Fingernails Across the Chalkboard Poetry and Prose on HIV/AIDS from the Black Diaspora

ISBN-10: 088378274X
ISBN-13: 9780883782743
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Description: Featuring a wide assortment of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, this powerful volume confronts the existence of the HIV/AIDS epidemic within the Black Diaspora. Defining a cultural dialogue that will be prevalent well into the 21st century,  More...

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List price: $15.95
Publisher: Third World Press
Publication date: 4/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 182
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Featuring a wide assortment of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, this powerful volume confronts the existence of the HIV/AIDS epidemic within the Black Diaspora. Defining a cultural dialogue that will be prevalent well into the 21st century, these writings celebrate life and the living by humanizing the effects of HIV and giving powerful voices to the affected and afflicted. The writings, presented in four major sections, speak out about the hard-hitting truths that surround HIV; the forms of abuse, such as incest and rape, which cast HIV into the lives of girls and women; the issues of grief and loss; and the range of reactions, from acceptance to denial, activism, and the search for justice. The writers featured include Dennis Brutus, Tony Medina, Randi Triant, Truth Thomas, Duriel Harris, Frank X. Walker, Arisa White, Tara Betts, and Lamont B. Steptoe.

Hiv/Aids
We real crunk
My dead
Autobiography aid
Results
Guatemalan postscript
Thembi's song
Confronting my mortality
You made me come home
Normal
Don't ask, just know
The memorial
Your mother's questions
A little magic and a lot of faith
Believe them when they say
A question of survival
Tiger claw
Code of honor
Some days other than Sunday
Isolation
Gravity
Ugo's fear
Test results
The down low
Saving African women and children one movie at a time : truth masquerades as fiction
Scope
Excerpt from EFFLUVIUM
Visiting hours are over
Tari
Grenades
Laughter lost in the hills
AIDS elegy (1981-2006)
This man (and his hound)
HIV needs assessment
The storm's eye
To the young warriors
Tallies and tolls
The rose and the hummingbird
For Robby
Who decided
A river in Africa
The vilification of Peter Mwai : a story of fear and racism
Terrorist
Timothy
Conditional coming
Willie
Rose city thorns
Satyr, Wounded
Touch
Lamar
Brown sugar
The BATA dancer
The Japanese teahouse
Mbali on Mama
Viruses
Winter
Thousands of angels
Let's confront AIDS

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