By Yvonne C. Garrett
FEB 2021 | Books
In Jarrars new book (a memoir), Trumps rise to power is an undercurrent as, in over more than 200 pages, across decades, time zones, and borders, Jarrar explores what it is to live as an American who is also Palestinian, a woman, and a woman of a certain size who also self-defines as queer. We can all learn a lot from Jarrar: about racism, privilege, oppression, fat-phobia, sexual violence, and the way this country (and others) treats women.
By rafael amorim
FEB 2021 | Critics Page
brazil. a white man in his gray coat, with a smile full of scorn at the corner of his lips, appeared on an internet video to say brazilian art of the next decade will be heroic and will be national in a prophetic tone, he said that the art of the next decade will be and will be equally imperative, since it is deeply binded to the urgent aspirations of our people, or else it will be nothing.