Below are the best articles we could find on Imagination and Creativity and racial justice.
“The door is open,” Nikki Giovanni told the interviewer, “and if I’m saying something that you don’t like, you can go out the door. Because I’m going to say what I think I should say.”
In her public appearances, Audre Lorde famously introduced herself the same way: “I am a Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.”
The bestselling author discusses her role as a global citizen and her connection with nature, history, and activism
Blake’s works offer an alternative to the failures of the Enlightenment, which couldn’t muster a consistent argument for abolition.
His work fell foul of civil-rights-era binary racial and sexual politics but, as a new film shows, now Baldwin’s ideas are used to explain everything from Trump to Black Lives Matter
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