Requires to read Anger is A Gift novel by Mark Oshiro:
I want you to think particularly about the way that Anger is a Gift is in dialogue with The Hate U Give, but rather than looking at police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement through one isolated incident of a teenager, think about the way that Anger is a Gift depicts the role surveillance can play in this conversation. Also, I’d like you to reflect on the intersectionality of Anger is a Gift – this book not only intersects race and sexuality, but also the characters themselves represent multiple identities, without really lingering on them. Speak to the way the novel does that, and how it was for you as a reader to read a book that performs that intersection.
2 pages, double spaced, minimum, MLA for any citation