Social Justice Protests and Demonstrations Depicted in Photography, Poetry and Prose
ENOUGH “SAY THEIR NAMES…” Book Release
Missed the book release? Listen to the messages shared by ENOUGH contributors Ronald Montgomery, Anke Hodenpijl, Annis Cassells, Marilyn Johnson, Amalie Rush Hill, Lawrence J Diggs, and Annie Benjamin who participated in the event that was held by the Coos Bay Public Library.
ENOUGH “Say Their Names!” Messages from Ground Zero to the WORLD Poetry Reading
Watch the Black History Month poetry reading featuring poets and writers who collaborated on the anthology, ENOUGH “Say Their Names”, a historic book depicting events following the death of George Floyd through writing and poetry, the board-up artwork and photography that speak to the need for justice and equality through Black Lives Matter. This book includes fresh, compelling, and diverse perspectives for readers of all levels and awareness. This anthology includes writers from across the country who will share their work and how it relates to the art of a movement. The authors “hope permanent meaningful changes made now will make many of these tough conversations unnecessary for future generations.”
Enough is Enough. Say their names.
Watch the video montage of pictures taken by Darian Lawrence during the protests held in Charlotte, NC. The protests were in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless Black men and women who lose their lives at the hands of police and systemic racism. Enough is enough. Always remember to say their names.