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Uprising: Making the Invisible Visible

Clive Vincent Anderson

Publisher: Clive Vincent Anderson

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This heartfelt book is imbued with the emotional toil of the omnipresent racial discrimination in our society. Clive lets his emotions flow freely, brilliantly using analogies and constantly asking questions, emphatically making the invisible visible. This wonderful set of poems speaks for the masses to the masses.

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