What, to the Black Woman, is the Fourth of July?

Martha Wilson is back in the cypher with this timely, must read article, “What, to the Black Woman, is the Fourth of July?” Using her liberated voice, Martha brings the audience through the pain and rawness of the recent loss for women of entitlement to full body health, the continuous police slaughtering of Black bodies, and how Frederick Douglass’ call to the American people in 1852 rings true in 2022 on what the Fourth of July means to enslaved people.

The call for liberation and justice is NOW. The cypher is where we are expressive, independent, and a bit impatient as we struggle for even a taste of justice. The Liberated Voice Exchange is where you will find a symbiotic force, both the heaviness of minimal air to breathe, and the light of freedom and liberation.

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