We are meant to rise : voices for justice from Minneapolis to the world / Carolyn Holbrook, David Mura. editors.
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|Breckenridge Public Library||810.8035 WE (Text)||33500013500046||New||Checked out||12/22/2021|
|Crookston Public Library||810.8035 WE (Text)||33500013500053||New||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781517912215
- ISBN: 1517912210
- Physical Description: 1 volume ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2021.
"A gathering of voices on the American experience of this past year and beyond, from Indigenous writers and writers of color from Minnesota"-- Provided by publisher.
Carolyn Holbrook is the founder and director of More Than a Single Story. She is author of the essay collection Tell Me Your Names and I Will Testify (Minnesota, 2020), winner of a Minnesota Book Award, and coauthor of Dr. Josie R. Johnsonâs memoir Hope in the Struggle (Minnesota, 2019). She teaches creative writing at Hamline University, the Loft Literary Center, and other community venues.Â
David Muraâs most recent book is A Strangerâs Journey: Race, Identity, and Narrative Craft in Writing. He is author of two memoirs, Turning Japanese: Memoirs of a Sansei, which won the Oakland PEN Josephine Miles Book Award and was a New York Times Notable Book, and Where the Body Meets Memory.Â
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