Category Archives: Jonestown Massacre and black women

The Ghost

By Sikivu Hutchinson (from White Nights, Black Paradise) The night watchwoman does not drink coffee. She never pees. Never leaves her post for a smoke break, a phone call, a fart in the subzero weather that’s kicked in the teeth … Continue reading

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Are We Black, Proud and Socialist?

White Nights, Black Paradise: A Novel “Sikivu Hutchinson’s vision of Jonestown, of the real people who left behind despair for what they thought was belief and hope, is a valuable one – her take is the one America hasn’t yet … Continue reading

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