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Elizabeth Bishop

Dr. Elizabeth Bishop is a writer, researcher, professor, youth advocate, Nietzschean, and surf monk. Bishop is the author of two books, Becoming Activist (2015) and Embodying Theory (2018). She lives in Brooklyn with her dog, Messy.

World on Fire

An intertextual installation of joy to uplift the heartbeat that keeps us alive. Installation as party as mode of survival counteracting narratives of bodily shame and poverty porn, of “marginalized” people living only in suffering. COVID-19 civil disunity, writing through quarantine in NYC.

Peace by Understanding

Dr. Elizabeth Bishop and educator Carolyn Eanes discuss the challenges and importance of ongoing antiracist conversations.

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2020

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