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Author’s Statement:

This book is the poetic representation of my personal belief that White Power is not exclusive to those who identify/are identified as “White.”  I chose the medium of poetry as the most effective means for the reader to leave the rigidity of their unconscious conditioning to expand their understanding through metaphor.  For too long, White Power has been relegated to a very specific group of human beings, and because my experience has led me to believe that White Power is actually an all-consuming erasure of anything that challenges its system, this work explores White Power far beyond the traditional, white, heterosexual male stereotype.  The poems within this book dig deep into the pillars of White Power:  Race, Gender, Class, which are used to reduce human beings to an aspect of themselves in service to this all-consuming erasure of their true selves.  The language in this work is attempting a path more aligned with human design, through the lens of my personal experiences with Race, Gender, Class.  The structure of the verse intends to inspire the imagination towards letting go of the system of fear White Power is founded on, in exchange for the collective human potential when we welcome all individuals into the inclusive harmony that reflects humanity’s true power.

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Beau Sia

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Beau Sia is a Tony Award winning poet and world-renowned performer, featured on all 6 seasons of Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry and the winner of two National Poetry Slam championships. He is the author of the poetry books A Night Without Armor II: The Revenge and The Undisputed Greatest Writer Of All Time. As an educator, he has been mentoring youth for organizations such as Youthspeaks, Urban Word, and GetLit. Beau currently lives in Los Angeles, where he is working on his forthcoming book of poetry, White Power.