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Jenise Miller

Jenise Miller

Jenise Miller is a Pushcart-nominated poet, writer, and urban planner with over ten years of experience in community-based research and planning. She is the author of the poetry chapbook "The Blvd" and has published work in Boom California, Dryland Literary Journal and the Acentos Review.  She is a proud Compton resident and descendant of Black Panama Canal workers.

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Something from Nothing: When Compton's Communicative Arts Academy Made the City its Canvas and Muse

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