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Tag Archives: Sonia Sanchez

Celebrating Zora Neale Hurston With The Release Of “The Zora Canon”

Anisfield-Wolf recipient Zora Neale Hurston would have turned 129 years old January 7. To celebrate her birthday, the editors of ZORA, an online magazine eponymously named after the Harlem Renaissance writer and pioneering anthropologist, compiled the ZORA Canon, its definitive list of the best books written by African American women. Novelist Kaitlyn Greenidge (“We Love You, Charlie Freeman") writes that the editors decided to take up the task when they realized no one seemed to have published a comprehensive list of black women authors, a baffling fact considering the robust reading habits of black women. Collectively, they took steps to remedy that omission. "Taken together, the works don't just make up a novel canon," Greenidge writes in the introduction. "They form a revealing... Read More →

Sonia Sanchez Invokes The Political At Kent State University For Cleveland Book Week

Poet Sonia Sanchez launched Cleveland Book Week 2019 with a rousing, reflective performance at Kent State University, as part of the 50th anniversary May 4 commemoration events. Sanchez began the evening with "A Poem of Praise," accompanied by a reflection on Kent State students who were killed and wounded by the National Guard during the campus demonstration in 1970, chanting each by name. As one of the architects of the Black Arts Movement, Sanchez, 85, has written more than a dozen poetry books, several plays and essays, experimenting with musicality in the written word. She's also spent more than 40 years in the classroom, a pioneer of black studies and women’s studies on college campuses. For these contributions, she'll be honored on Thursday night with the 2019 Anisfield-Wolf... Read More →
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