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I Had a Good Cry With Nikki Giovanni Over Trump

The ‘Poet of Black Revolution’ is still radically conscious and ready to take on the world

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TThe Black Arts Movement was considered one of the most prolific of the mid-1960s and 1970s. Inspired by the Black Power movement, it was a creative collective of politically conscious poets, composers, and writers who opposed the…




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Dontaira Terrell

Dontaira Terrell

FAMU grad, Ohio native & entertainment journalist. Work has appeared in HuffPost, BET, ESPN’s the Undefeated, & many more. Let’s connect @dontairaterrell.

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