Through The Window
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Through The Window

The Spotlight of Poetry Making Mainstream Collective and the Imagination of Amanda Gorman

The National Youth Poet Laureate read "The Hill We Climb," a poem she finished after witnessing the siege on the Capitol. With the precision of making the list of today’s contemporary poets, she was the first poet to perform at the Super Bowl LV under heavy notions of kneeing and discrimination and racism while…

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