Avery R. Young is a local poet, activist, and educator (and I am lucky enough to count him as a friend, too). He champions unconventional showcases for his work, including facebook and taped up on doors (see below). Jive on.
March 21, 2012
Chicago Poet Avery R. Young’s photo-commentary on the Trayvon Martin tragedy.
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