Henry Lewis Gates Jr. with his Peabody Awards for his documentary, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross. Henry Louis "Skip" Gates, Jr., (born September 16, 1950) is an American literary critic, educator, scholar, writer, and editor. He was the first African American to receive the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship. He has received numerous honorary degrees and awards for his teaching, research, and development of academic institutions to study black culture.
<p>Kirsten West Savali is the contributing editor at NewsOne.com, and a writer and cultural critic currently based in Mississippi. Her work is featured on the Huffington Post, Clutch Magazine, EBONY, xoJane, Alternet, Vibe Vixen, The Root and TheGrio. Follow her on Twitter at <a href="https://twitter.com/KWestSavali">@KWestSavali</a>.</p>
I find this so true and funny. Like an arrow necklace that I drew on one of my character's neck and a friend was like "it signifies where she was being pulled right?" And I was like "yeah sure." But really I didn't know what to put.
STRACHEY LYTTON: (1880-1932) British Writer & Critic, a founding member of the Bloomsbury Group. A.L.S., Lytton Strachey, one page, 8vo, Brighton, 31st December 1927, to Hubert, on the printed stationery of the Royal Albion Hotel. Strachey informs his correspondent that he has just received their letter and continues 'The Curtis Brown offer seems to me well worth accepting, and I think your proposal that we should divide the proceeds - each getting 10 guineas an article - is quite fair'.