June Millicent Jordan (July 9, 1936 – June 14, 2002) was a bisexual Caribbean-American writer and activist.
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... (1936–2002) Jordan was an activist, writer, poet, and teacher ... She was born to Jamaican immigrants, and after her family moved to Brooklyn, New York, USA, she was the only black student attending her high school ...
... http//books.google.com/books?id=W5YOO3DuiJoC printsec=frontcover dq=June+Jordan+his+own+where hl=en ei=OQMNTt7fLeTN0AGLzpWnDg sa=X oi=book_result ct=resu ... printsec=frontcover dq=June+Jordan hl=en ei=XfcMTr7fCOLl0QGT782RDg sa=X oi=book_result ct=result resnum=7 ved=0CEgQ6AEwBg#v=onepage q f=false ... Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky, Scribner, 1995 June Jordan's Poetry for the People A Revolutionary Blueprint ...
... Glück, Charles Simic, David Wagoner 1983 Sharon Olds The Dead and the Living June Jordan, Charles Simic, David Wagoner 1982 Margaret Gibson Long Walks ...
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“To rescue our children we will have to let them save us from the power we embody: we will have to trust the very difference that they forever personify. And we will have to allow them the choice, without fear of death: that they may come and do likewise or that they may come and that we will follow them, that a little child will lead us back to the child we will always be, vulnerable and wanting and hurting for love and for beauty.”
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