Reviews tagging 'Gun violence'
Call Us What We Carry, by Amanda Gorman
pointeshoebookworm's review against another edition
emotional hopeful inspiring reflective sad medium-paced
Moderate: War, Slavery, Racial slurs, Racism, Police brutality, Gun violence, and Hate crime
sophtanda's review against another edition
challenging emotional hopeful reflective sad fast-paced
Really enjoyed it, it definitely felt reflective of the start of covid and the first lockdown, it was also very interesting as the style of the poems changed making each to feel refreshing
Moderate: Medical content, Medical trauma, Racism, War, Grief, Death, Gun violence, Hate crime, and Police brutality
thereadingnurse2021's review against another edition
challenging emotional hopeful informative inspiring reflective tense fast-paced
Graphic: Grief, Racism, Slavery, Death, Gun violence, Hate crime, and Police brutality
Moderate: Chronic illness, Classism, Mass/school shootings, Colonisation, and Medical traumaThere are many content warnings for this set of poems, but that is because it is a cry for change. How can we ever make the world a better place if we do not first confront the wrongs that have been put into it? Yes, this text hurts. Yes, it will make you angry. But that’s because it’s supposed to. It is meant to inspire action.
liwolf's review against another edition
emotional hopeful inspiring reflective medium-paced
Minor: Colonisation, Chronic illness, Death, Grief, Gun violence, Hate crime, Mass/school shootings, Murder, Slavery, Violence, and War