English (United States)
The Year We Can't Walk is a poetry collection concerned with the issues of Black womanhood, silence, oppression, grief, insecurity, mental health and traumatic history. This work uses narrative complexity and abstraction to build a temporal space that is boundless in its subject matter. With a great variation of style and voice, this work attempts to mimic the chaos and trauma related to Black femininity in America.
Hill, Markeisha, "The Year We Can't Walk" (2016). Honors Theses - All. 1681.
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