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Audre Lorde

ID Number: 30574
Maker: Andrea Cammarata; Anni Cammett; Linda Malik
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1992
Place Made: United States: New York, Syracuse
Measurements: 58.5 cm x 58.3 cm; 23 1/16 in x 22 15/16 in
Main Subject: Women; African Americans
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
"When I dare to be powerful - to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid." Audre Lorde February 18, 1934-November 17, 1992 Audre Lorde (1934-1992) was in her own words "a Black, lesbian, mother, warrior poet." She was also an activist, a teacher, and a fourteen year cancer survivor. She was the author of 18 books of poetry and prose including Coal, The Black Unicorn, The Cancer Journals, Sister Outsider, and Zami. In 1980 she co-founded Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. In 1991 she was named New York state's poet laureate. Through her writing and her life she made incalculable and unique contributions to all of the struggles for liberation, especially those of Black women, Black lesbians, and Black gay men. She leaves a continuing legacy which challenges all people who love justice to work across their differences for freedom. The turtle and the cross of the four directions is an ancient symbol of birth and creation. It is the wisdom of our foremothers manifest today on the earth plane. Poster #P370CW from Syracuse Cultural Workers, Box 6367, Syracuse, NY 13217. USA (315) 474-1132. Co-published with Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, Box 908, Latham, NY 12110 USA (518) 434-2057. Photograph by Jean Weisinger. Design by Anni Cammett with Andrea Cammarata, Linda Malik and Dik Cool. Colorized by Andrea Cammarata and Anni Cammett. Printed on recycled paper with postconsumer content. [union bug]

Acquisition Number: 2000-125
Production Notes: the background is deep blue

Copyright Status:
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