Black Hair in the 21st Century Poetry: That Gets to the Root of the Matter
Miembro desde 1996
Miembro desde 1996
Título: Black Hair in the 21st Century Poetry: That ...
Editorial: Trafford Publishing
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This is poetry for all who are interested in broadening their awareness of the subject of black hair. Poetry that gets to the root of the "Don Imus Controversy", poetry that addresses the social, political and historical issues that affect black hair. Afros, relaxers, and weaves you name it. Poetry about black hair that allows you the reader to think, reflect and draw your own conclusions about the state of black hair at the beginning of the 21st century.About the Author:
R.J. Rahman grew up in Seattle Washington and graduated from Garfield High school where the legendary Quincy Jones, Jimi Hendrix and Bruce Lee attended. She studied biology, chemistry and the fine arts at Western Washington University and completed graduate studies in ethnic and African American studies at Fairhaven College R.J. is a fine artist, research scientist and poet who resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
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