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    Pat Parker January 20, — June 19, was an African-American lesbian feminist poet and activist. The family lived first in the Third Ward and then moved to the Sunnyside neighborhood when Parker was four years old. She left home at 17 and moved to Los Angeles, California , to attend college. She later said that her ex-husband was physically violent and that she was "scared to death". Parker, writer and publisher, [7] [11] but decided that the "idea of marriage
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    Many of the major works of BAM were solely focused on Black masculinity, and this often threatened to drown out the voices and messages of Black women artists of the movement. Though the Black Arts Movement was largely male dominated, many female artists gained recognition for their works, and several of those women enjoyed lasting fame as their works began to be celebrated by the mainstream. Poetry saw tremendous growth during this period, and this guide is dedicated to compiling information about the poets of BAM and their works. Jayne Cortez Jayne Cortez's poetry collections Pissstained Stairs and the Monkey Man's Wares and Festivals and Funerals were both released during the Black Arts Movements and both incorporated a lyrical style of writing for which Cortez is known. Gwendolyn Brooks Chicago-based poet Gwendolyn Brooks, active in the poetry community since the s, makes a huge contribution to the Black Arts Movement with her collection, In the Mecca , a volume that discusses the realities, both beautiful and ugly, of living in urban cities like Chicago.
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    She attended Catholic schools before graduating from Hunter High School and published her first poem in Seventeen magazine while still a student there. I would read poems, and I would memorize them. People would say, well what do you think, Audre. What happened to you yesterday? And I would recite a poem and somewhere in that poem would be a line or a feeling I would be sharing.
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    The anthology is the first of its kind in the English speaking world, and spans nearly years of literary history. It pushes against the historical and biographical erasure of queer poets of color from too many literary classrooms. Below is a timeline of contributions by queer and trans black poets since the Harlem Renaissance. This article is focused specifically on the literature of queer black poets because American racism was built from the start off of anti-blackness and anti-indigeneity. Many of these poets were not only visionary writers, but also freedom fighters, survivors, legends, and proof that the vital poetry of queer black artists has shaped the world of American letters.
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