Bandage for a Bullet Wound: A Chicago's Survival Guide (Paperback)
Edited by 4x National Published Authorpreneur DeLisa New Williams, and featuring inner-city's finest young Black authors-Bandage for a Bullet Wound: A Chicago's Survival Guide is an essential collection of captivating stories about what it's like to be Black, young with purpose, and surviving in the streets of Chicago.
Follow the captivating narratives of 19 distinctive young Black authors in Bandage for a Bullet Wound: A Chicago's Survival Guide and lend your ear to hearken each of their unique Chi-raq experiences while looking down the barrel of their traumatic ordeals and receiving push-under-the-rug, bandage type healing from surviving incoming "bullets" that shouldn't even be aimed at them.
Bullets---such as sexual and domestic violence, gun violence, poverty, police brutality, insufficiency of educational resources, and the absence of communal belonging, have dramatically impacted the lives of Chicago's youth.
Bandage for a Bullet Wound: A Chicago's Survival Guide is a testament of how these brilliant young authors confront their trauma by transforming their bandages given for their bullet wounds into hope and healing for their communities.