Sunday, July 20, 2014

Feature Highlight - Poets As Activist- Poetry Therapy Book Tour of 2014- Promoting Jocelyn Shaw's New Spoken Word Poetry Label

Aimé Césaire was an anticolonialist poet and politician who was honored throughout the French-speaking world and who was an early proponent of black pride. In Paris in the 1930s he helped found the journal Black Student, which gave birth to the idea of “negritude,” a call to blacks to cultivate pride in their heritage. His 1950 book “Discourse on Colonialism” was considered a classic of French political literature.

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(Feature Highlight - Poets As Activist- Poetry Therapy Book Tour of 2014- Promoting Jocelyn Shaw's New Spoken Word Poetry Label )

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