Who’s Mrs Roots ?

IL Y A 19 ANS – Le 4 septembre 1994 à Winston-Salem (Caroline du nord), plusieurs icônes de la culture noire posent ensemble lors de la célébration du Prix Nobel de littérature 1994 décerné à Toni Morrison.
De gauche à droite: Amiri Baraka (ex LeRoi Jones), George Faison (derrière Baraka), Mari Evans, Maya Angelou, Susan Taylor, Joan Sandler, Angela Davis, Toni Morrison, Amina Baraka, et Gloria Karefa Smart (un sœur de James Baldwin).

Mrs. Roots

Co-foundator of the intersectionnal project Au bout des lèvres.

Literary Critic of Afro Literature for Just Follow Me Magazine.  Student in Publishing Master.

Traveler. Nappy. Black Feminist in an Intersectionnal Movement.

Book Lover, with a complicated but relevant relationship with ebooks.

Faithfully optimistic.

My body in Europe, a foot in Africa, and an hand in USA sum up all my trips.  However, I still need to explore the world.

A question ? suggestion of books ?

Twitter: @mrsxroots

Mail: mrsroots.blog@gmail.com



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