Regina Jennings Race, Rage, and Roses

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In this collection, Regina Jennings' poems passionately reveal the beauty and tragedy of women in the Black Panther Party and beyond. She explores the often haunting reality of growing up Black and female during the spirited, tumultuous 1960s and 1970s. In spare, often brutally honest narrative verse, Jennings spins stories of home, homelessness, and rebuilding home.

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Regina Jennings is a professor of African-American literature at Rutgers University. She is author of ""Midnight Morning Musings: Poems of an American African."" Her work has appeared in numerous publications.

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