Down to Earth With Harriet Cammock - Black Women Writers

Down to Earth With Harriet Cammock - Black Women Writers

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Today and in times past, prolific authors have lived and died before their impactful work could ever see the light of day. While this is true for all artists to some extent, it is especially true for Black women writers. One of the most famous examples is Zora Neale Hurston, whose own works (Their Eyes Were Watching God, Barracoon, and The New Negro) did not achieve critical and commerical prominence until decades after she died.

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