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Phillis Wheatley: 1753(?)-1784

Phillis Wheatley was the birth-mother of African American literature. The first of her kind, she stood out in the 1700s as a Black female poet enslaved by a rich Bostonian merchant and his wife (Mr.  358 more words

African-american Poets

Walker Publishing L.L.C

Hello everyone, as you already know my recent novel God’s Rain: Poetry of Love, Life, and Family recently went to number one on Amazon’s Bestsellers List for Poetry in Large Prints, and number 12 in African-American Poetry. 79 more words

Startling Poetry: The Black Unicorn

The Black Unicorn by Audre Lorde

The black unicorn is greedy.
The black unicorn is impatient.
‘The black unicorn was mistaken
for a shadow or symbol… 46 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Gwendolyn Brooks

Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks was a pioneering poet who captured the joys and pains of the African-American experience in her work. Ms. Brooks won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1950, the first Black person to do so. 421 more words

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Dear Black Woman

If you have already seen “Dear Black Woman” on YouTube, I hope that you’ve come to write back and share your story with me. 75 more words

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Jupiter Hammon: 1711-1790/1806

Though not much is known of him, aside from being an educated slave from Long Island, New York, Jupiter Hammon knew his way around a pen. 263 more words

African-american Poets

Author Sets Release Date

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Daniel L. Walker Announces the Release of God’s Rain: Poetry of Love, Life, and Family in Audio and eBook format

United States – 25 September 2014 – Daniel L. 328 more words

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