In Hybrida, Tina Chang confronts the complexities of raising a mixed-race child during an era of political upheaval in the United States. She ruminates on the relationship between her son’s blackness and his safety, exploring the dangers of childhood in a post–Trayvon Martin era by invoking racialized roles in fairy tales.Meditating on the lives of Michael Brown, Leiby Kle...
I can't even.
Tina Chang's poems explore race and compassion in our current political climate. Each poem made me think and feel deeplya-- a lump in my throat. Stunning!