- Mary Gaitskill Reads a Diary Entry by Beverly Jaynes
Mary Gaitskill Reads a Diary Entry by Beverly Jaynes
Mary Gaitskill reads a diary entry by Beverly Jaynes, a prisoner at WERDCC in Vandalia, Missouri, at the 2009 event Breakout: Voices from Inside.
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Don't miss the Freedom to Learn series, edited by @madebyhistory @washingtonpost & sponsored by PEN America: "high-quality, well-researched historical analysis on threats to education," says @jeremycyoung. Series begins 8/15; details/submission info below. https://pen.org/press-release/amid-efforts-to-undermine-academic-freedom-and-public-education-pen-america-announces-new-oped-series-with-washington-posts-made-by-history-on-protecting-the-freedom-to-learn/
“When we keep books like #Speak away from our children, we are withholding wisdom from our kids.” @halseanderson 📚 🙌 #VelshiBannedBookClub #Velshi http://ow.ly/ak0J50KenAK
A Florida school district placed a warning label on three of my books that insist racism is wrong. It is not hard to figure out what this school district thinks is right. https://twitter.com/penamerica/status/1555662277806034944