Poet Sonia Sanchez (born September 9, 1934) was part of the 1960's Black Arts Movement, and with Haki Madhubuti, Nikki Giovanni and Etheridge Knight formed the Broadside Quartet of poets. She developed Black Studies courses at SFSU and taught at Temple University from 1977 until her retirement in 1999. In addition to 18 books of poetry she has published plays, children's books and anthologies. She has been awarded the PEN writing award, Pew Fellowship and NEA Fellowship. #TodayInBlackHistory

Poet Sonia Sanchez (born September 9, 1934) was part of the 1960's Black Arts Movement, and with Haki Madhubuti, Nikki Giovanni and Etheridge Knight formed the Broadside Quartet of poets. She developed Black Studies courses at SFSU and taught at Temple University from 1977 until her retirement in 1999. In addition to 18 books of poetry she has published plays, children's books and anthologies. She has been awarded the PEN writing award, Pew Fellowship and NEA Fellowship. #TodayInBlackHistory

New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement with contributions by Alondra Nelson

New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement with contributions by Alondra Nelson

AfriCOBRA Art Exhibit, 'Black Power Mixtape' Showing At Cass City Cinema (PHOTOS)  Artist: Nelson Stevens

Stunning Images From Artists Of The Black Power Movement

AfriCOBRA Art Exhibit, 'Black Power Mixtape' Showing At Cass City Cinema (PHOTOS) Artist: Nelson Stevens

Larry Neal or Lawrence Neal was a scholar of African-American theater. He is well known for his contributions to the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Neal was born in Atlanta, Georgia on September 5, 1937. He attended Lincoln University, where he graduated from in 1961 and received a mast...Larry Neal or Lawrence Neal was a scholar of African-American theater. He is well known for his contributions to the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Neal was born in Atlanta…

Larry Neal or Lawrence Neal was a scholar of African-American theater. He is well known for his contributions to the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Neal was born in Atlanta, Georgia on September 5, 1937. He attended Lincoln University, where he graduated from in 1961 and received a mast...Larry Neal or Lawrence Neal was a scholar of African-American theater. He is well known for his contributions to the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Neal was born in Atlanta…

Larry Neal (September 5, 1937 - January 6, 1981) was an essayist, poet and playwright. He was a leader of the 1960's Black Arts Movement, and taught at CUNY, Howard and Yale. His poetry appeared in two volumes, Black Boogaloo (1969) which addressed the African roots of the Black Arts Movement, and Hoodoo Hollerin Bebop Ghosts (1971) concentrating on the experience of the American South. #TodayInBlackHistory

Larry Neal (September 5, 1937 - January 6, 1981) was an essayist, poet and playwright. He was a leader of the 1960's Black Arts Movement, and taught at CUNY, Howard and Yale. His poetry appeared in two volumes, Black Boogaloo (1969) which addressed the African roots of the Black Arts Movement, and Hoodoo Hollerin Bebop Ghosts (1971) concentrating on the experience of the American South. #TodayInBlackHistory

In spirit of the Black Arts Movement.

In spirit of the Black Arts Movement.

Post-ness: The Arts Movement and Twenty-first-century Aesthetics

Black Post-blackness: The Black Arts Movement and Twenty-first-century Aesthetics (Hardcover)

Post-ness: The Arts Movement and Twenty-first-century Aesthetics

A lot of people refuse to do things because they don't want to go naked, don't want to go without guarantee. But that's what's got to happen. You go naked until you die. ~ Nikki Giovanni

A lot of people refuse to do things because they don't want to go naked, don't want to go without guarantee. But that's what's got to happen. You go naked until you die. ~ Nikki Giovanni

Sonia Sanchez - Sanchez is a poet known for her involvement in the Black Arts Movement, the artistic component of the Black Power movement during the ’60s. A writer known for her play on mixing the Blues with haikus and other poetic forms, Sanchez has penned several poetry collections, including “We a Baddddd People,” “Autumn Blues” and “Does Your House have Lions.”

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Sonia Sanchez - Sanchez is a poet known for her involvement in the Black Arts Movement, the artistic component of the Black Power movement during the ’60s. A writer known for her play on mixing the Blues with haikus and other poetic forms, Sanchez has penned several poetry collections, including “We a Baddddd People,” “Autumn Blues” and “Does Your House have Lions.”

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