Interview by Mickey Z.
I've known radical grandma Rosemarie Jackowski (RMJ) for several years now and even interviewed her in 2005 about her arrest and court case. In light of her unique story and her tireless commitment to justice, I (and others) have encouraged her to write a book for years. Well, I'm happy to say, RMJ has delivered as only she can with Banned in Vermont.
A wide ranging collection of essays, memoirs, and more, Banned in Vermont shines a light on topics the US justice (sic) system, wartime propaganda, feminism, capital punishment, GMOs, and so much more—all fulfilling the book's cover promise: "unedited, uncensored, unpretentious, unabashed."
To follow is a conversation I recently had with Rosemarie Jackowski:
Mickey Z: Why did you write this book?
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