Black Slam Poetry Book Offers Communal Catharsis & Healing For Readers In Grief

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For real, healing words of truth, look to Aisha Tariqa Abdul Haqq’s slam poetry.
In her debut book, ‘Four Years in Chrysalis’, she reflects upon her own struggle with grief and loss.
In her opinion, grief is a poison that has been forced down the throats of Black Americans for too long.
Aisha Tariqa believes poetry is a communal way to deal with mental health issues and to challenge taboos.
She said, “The pain doesn’t leave, but Black communities can find ways to live with it and to heal.”
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