From the New York Times review of the book-- "
Africans who came on the slave ships, Black Americans taking part in internal migrations, and in recent years increasing numbers of Black immigrants from Africa and the Caribbean, have come to America or moved within America out of compulsion or by choice.
Thinking about this on my first day of spring walk yesterday, I had the thought below about a different concept of migration.
Migration can be a mental process. For example, individuals & groups seeking to influence the course & tone of society are compelled to find a hopeful and imaginative place outside traditional power, when on both sides of the aisle and in our failing institutions, positions of authority & connectedness are held by the worst & most self-interested folks.
We can make progress on our own terms and in a hopeful and imaginative way.
Here are some ideas and thoughts about everyday resistance in our often sick society and culture.
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