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When You Kill Us, We Rule

Audre Lorde‘s poem, “The Black Unicorn”, is woven into rhetorical charcoal drawings by Sandra Brewster, inspired by the conversation between Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Keziah Jones. 

When you Kill Us, We Rule - art: Sandra Brewster. words: Audre Lorde When you Kill Us, We Rule - art: Sandra Brewster. words: Audre Lorde When you Kill Us, We Rule - art: Sandra Brewster. words: Audre Lorde When you Kill Us, We Rule - art: Sandra Brewster. words: Audre Lorde

 

 

“When You Kill Us, We Rule” was originally published in print as part of Chimurenga 9: Conversations In Luanda And Other Graphic Stories. Available here.

 

 

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