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A Path to Each Other is a beautiful and formidable collection. It is a love letter to memories, places, and people who make possible our collective understanding of belonging. The voices in this book speak their truths in these tumultuous times, declaring the value of their words, holding safe the pieces of our world.
– Kao Kalia Yang, author, The Latehomecomers: A Hmong Family Memoir, The Song Poet, and Somewhere in the Unknown World
Join us for our reading series to celebrate the launch of Volume 13: A Path to Each Other!
Happening around town and virtually November 16 – January 28.
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By Dr. Margaret Ponder Lovejoy, EdD ●
Rondo Avenue moved. The main artery gave life, commitment, and courage to the community. Everything on wheels—bicycles, cars, streetcars, and trucks—used Rondo Avenue. The activity was constant. The energy was
By Loren Niemi ●
The snowblower works the sidewalk The wind works the window Curtains flutter where the window leaks, Miles Davis’s Nefertiti is the soundtrack, And if all is not right with the
By Julia Klatt Singer ●
Each word a stone. We can build a wall or a path to each other.
By Ty Chapman ●
At fifteen, I watched a cop shove a child down concrete school steps, his body flailing between impacts. His skull battered to fragments. Crimson rivering down a well-ironed shirt.
By Diane Wilson ●
The Oceti Sakowin, or Seven Council Fires, which includes the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota peoples, carry an origin story that teaches the sacred nature of water. This relationship is embedded
By Chong Yang ●
Cia lub ntiaj teb los ua koj lub vaj Tus njuj neeg yog ib lub paj, xim twg los zoo Txoj kev tsaus ntuj yuav tsis kav Ib pliag xwb,
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