Audre lorde sister outsider essays

This fiery young poet who read an unapologetically Black womanist poem, “Black Statue of Liberty,” at the Apollo Theater in 1995, winning over a notoriously tough Harlem audience, was also very quiet and shy in elementary school surrounded by Polish white students and nuns. That poem could not have been written by me at 19 years old if I’d never found Dr. Maya Angelou. I never would have had the courage to read my poem aloud in that space if Angelou’s work wasn’t already a tangible model for the audience.

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Audre lorde sister outsider essays

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