Shelter in Place
Writing about the Tulsa Race Massacre changed Elaine Appleton Grant’s understanding of what it means to be Black in America--and transformed her relationship with her son.
Trigger Warning: While there are no graphic details, this episode contains mention of lynching and rape.
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When the news came down about the mandate to shelter in place, Bay Area writer Laura Joyce Davis decided to mark this moment in history by chronicling her daily experience of sheltering in place. Davis describes each episode as “my daily letter to you–about life, writing, and the things I want to share with you in person, but can’t.”