Priscilla Cookson | Painted Boko Haram

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World: African- Central Spoken Word: Poetry Moods: Type: Lyrical
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Painted Boko Haram

by Priscilla Cookson

A dramatic poetic narrative to raise awareness about present day enslavement in Africa
Genre: World: African- Central
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1. Title
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2. Beating His Bodyguard
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3. Kindling
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4. Firebomb the Difference
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5. Ethnic Wars
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6. Coming for You
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7. Painted Boko Haram
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8. Boarding School
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9. Rumors
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10. The Night Commuters
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11. Boko Haram a Curse on You
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12. From Sambisa the Escape
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13. Under the Mattress
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14. Sex Slaves Sambisa
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15. Cameroon We Thought You Were Freedom
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16. By the Side of the Road
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17. I Believe
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18. Sing for Salvation
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19. White Packets
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20. At Sea
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21. Response to Sos
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22. Dog
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23. Libya the Slave Traders
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24. Idp Camp Blues
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25. Dedication
0:24 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Priscilla Cookson is a 2019 Finalist Carolyn Forche inaugural humanitarian poetry prize to be included in Elusions: Refugee Poems 2019 ed. James Adams & Peter Anderson. Also published in honor of International Women's Day: A Good Fat Poetry Anthology of 114 Women Poets.

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