Poets For Peace, Zine #2: Poems For Resilience

Both #PoetsForPeace zines are available to order. $15-25 suggested donation. All proceeds benefit BIPOC organizations. Print & Digital copies available. Click here to grab a zine today: http://www.marshalljameskavanaugh.com/poets-for-peace—zine.html

From Jay Morris on this new collection of poems:
As a follow-up to Vol. 1: Poems for Resistance, we felt called to shift our focus to the importance of resilience to grow through the burdens that weigh us down. For that reason we chose to articulate resilience through the symbolic language of flowers. What we know of flowers is that they transcend the burdens of burial to arise in light and thrive in their ultimate beauty. Consider the lotus and the common weed; one a symbol of inner peace and enlightenment, the other a reminder that we all carry the gift of breaking ground to claim our space in the world.

Volume 2 features writing by: Javan Howard, Quentin The Poet, Lindo Yes, and Cashmere Harper
allied voices include: Ludlow, Valore, and Marian McLaughlin
infographic about POLICE BRUTALITY + RACIAL TRAUMA by Jay Morris
cover designed by Lawson Chambers

I hope that you consider getting a copy today! All proceeds from the zines go to support BIPOC organizations. These orgs provide a platform to fight systemic racism and offer various forms of mutual aid to at-risk groups throughout the region and across the country. Submit your order and I’ll mail you the zines by the end of the week!

Poets For Peace, Zine #2: Poems For Resilience