Depictions of Black Resistance and Transformation
Jacqueline Bryce-Finch moderated.
Authors talked about the use of literature and story to remember and depict the struggles, myths, and experiences of those of the African… read more
Authors talked about the use of literature and story to remember and depict the struggles, myths, and experiences of those of the African Diaspora. They focused on the works of several African American writers and poets and how they have reflected their times as well as influenced subsequent generations.
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