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Human Color poetry anthology call-out

The Human Colorfrom The Human Color

The Human Color is calling on you to speak out and submit your poetry to its first edition of Heritage, a poetry anthology about issues of race, identity, culture, and humanity.

We are honored to have our first inaugural edition of Heritage be edited by three very talented and prolific poets: Ms. Mahogany BrowneMr. Regie Cabico, and Ms. Karen Jaime.

We are launching Heritage with The Human Color itself as the creative prompt. What is “The Human Color,” and what does it mean to you? What kind of world does it represent and how is this world similar or different to our present? What are some hopeful signs that we are moving toward such a future, or what are some present problems that indicate that such a move is necessary and important? How do notions of race affect the way we view and treat one another, and how can a universal symbol like The Human Color help change it for the better? Please feel free to address some or all of these questions and use them as an inspirational springboard to define The Human Color for yourself and for all of us. Also, please try to avoid using the actual phrase “The Human Color” in your poem.

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