Tag Archives: Black feminine culture

Photo of the Day: Audre Lorde, Lucille Clifton, Alice Walker & June Jordan

TweetCheck out this image of June Jordan, Alice Walker, Lucille Clifton, and Audre Lorde  together at the 1979 Phyllis Wheatley Poetry Festival: Let us celebrate.  Tweet
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Poet puts the spotlight on gender, domestic violence, and colorism in new performance project

Tweet The Poetic License Theater Festival is currently underway in New York City. The ten-day festival will feature performances and readings from such luminaries as Ntozake Shange and Staceyann Chin. It will also feature a three-day run of the multidisciplinary production Redbone: A Biomythography , written and performed by poet Mahogany L. Browne, beginning this Monday [...]
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Black History Month: Spotlight on women’s contributions

TweetToday, I combed the Internets for a video/visual that could really capture some of what Black History month means to me and I found this moving video presentation on ordinary black women: When you sift through, you definitely will see the greats that your kid sibling is probably learning about: Martin Luther King, Coretta Scott [...]
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