Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: Poems in the wake of racial injustice


Edited by Mary Moore Easter, 2020

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A chapbook of poems by Black writers in the Twin Cities responding to the murder of George Floyd, Can’t Stop Won’t Stop contains riveting works that, in the words of editor Mary Moore Easter, “call for breath to fill a single set of lungs, and to sustain a whole people.”

Featuring poems by Philip S. Bryant, Mary Moore Easter, keno evol, Sherrie Fernandez-Williams, Bernard James, Douglas Kearney, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Sagirah Shahid, and Maya Washington.

Additional information

Weight2.4 oz
Dimensions7 × 8.5 × .20 in

Publication Date

October 15, 2020

Author Hometown

Minneapolis, MN

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