White Cracks On my Black Skin is a collection of poetry based on events of survival, depression, micro and macro discrimination, anti-black racism, love, and self reflection through n intricate Canadian Black experience. Each poem brings you a different emotion, perspective and range of complex ideas through the personal journey of Tristan Wright. The author shares his experiences as a young biracial male brought up by a single immigrant mother in Brampton, Ontario while overcoming and surviving oppressive structures within the Canadian context.
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