9781912248667

Dispatches from the Vanguard

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  • ISBN13:

    9781912248667

  • ISBN10:

    1912248662

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-08-11
  • Publisher: Repeater

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Summary

A collection of writers, poets, artists, social entrepreneurs and political activists in the Global International African Arts Movement speak about their work in the context of Trump, giving a voice to the voiceless and about the 5th estate of power in this timely and important book.

Scheduled for release at the top of the 2020 US Presidential election, Dispatches from the Vanguard channels the global soul's hunger for freedom from authoritarian control.

Partnering with dozens of Pulitzer Prize Winners, New York Times Best Sellers, poet laureates, TED speakers, and influencers within the Global International African Arts Movement, including Ishmael Reed, Tyehimba Jess, Rich Fresh, Nikki Giovanni, Nnedi Okorafor, Chester Higgins, Tori Reid and Jaki Shelton Green, Dispatches offers a poignant, high-frequency rebuke of Donald J. Trump (actual man, strawman and metaphor for white privilege and capitalist despotism) and his ruthless amoral presidency.

As we approach a key moment in the recent history of American politics, Dispatches from the Vanguard is a timely intervention, showing us how we can challenge the impact and influence of politics when it is solely a means of authoritarian control.

Author Biography

Patrick A. Howell is a poet, financier, entrepreneur and blogger. His essays, short stories and interviews have appeared in the Huffington Post, Xavier Review, Los Angeles Review of Books and Poetry Foundation, among others. He is currently on the board of Global Capital Network and COO for Victory & Noble, a storytelling company, both firms he founded.

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