Poet, activist, and scholar Eve L. Ewing has been a storm over Chicago for the last several years—the kind that takes you by surprise; makes you look up into the rain and think. So I am incredibly excited forwhich will explore the Chicago Race Riot of which lasted eight days and resulted in 38 deaths and injuries through stories of everyday people of the city told with an Afrofuturist and speculative lens.
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Jane Benedict is awakened by her father and ordered to memorize a mysterious code. Wilhelmina was born into the raging World War II. Her Father was forced to abandon the family and escape Poland to avoid enlisting in the army.
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The book was even made into Emmy-winning Showtime film starring Kirsten Dunst. Set in the Lodz ghetto in Poland inthe story focuses on year-old twins Chaim and Gittel Abromowitz who are separated from their parents, captured by German soldiers, and imprisoned in a labor camp. Soon all we will have are the stories. Soon we will have no one left who was there.