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Poem about the transformative power of the Yoruba goddess Oyá which is connected to the spirit of insistent freedom in African American history, to Harriet Tubman’s sense of mission, and to the spirit of marronage (fierce, ancestral independence) in Rachel’s and Rosemarie’s lives.

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