Another World is Possible: Conversations in a Time of Terror
Subway & Elevated Press, 2001 - History - 168 pages
Cultural Writing. Subtitled "Conversations in a Time of Terror," this anthology "is a collection of writings that gives voice to the diverse perspectives that the American people did not have an opportunity to hear despite three days of commercial-free, 24 hour-a-day news coverage on all major networks [following September 11th.]" Includes articles, artwork, poetry, e-mails, interviews, and personal essays in relation and reaction to September 11th and the ensuing social, emotional, and political aftermath. Contributors include Danny Hoch, Angela Davis, Rep. Barbara Lee, The Coup, Elsa Mora, Deepak Chopra, Eduardo Galeano, Norman Solomon, Aaron Mcgruder, David Katz, Barbara Kingsolver, and many more.
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