How We Take Up Space

An anthology featuring memories, stories, and poems on spatial justice written by women.

"As you move across the following pages of stories, essays and poems featured in “How We Take Up Space,” be prepared to be transported to parks and open spaces near and far through testimonies written by women and woven together by author Nakia Hill (a Roxbury girl, too!). These testimonies are all centered on the power of our own memory and the theme of belonging. They are about spatial justice. About where we belong and don’t belong."-Senator Liz Miranda