Audre Lorde Author, Mother, Feminist

Audre Lorde, as a black, lesbian, feminist author and poet, transcended all those labels and became a voice for all those oppressed. Whether Lorde was depicting rape in the streets of New York City in a poem or writing an essay on the challenges of raising children, she never held back and always held responsible not just the malefactors in our society but every one of us, as Lorde believed we all must stand together and face sexism, racism, homophobia, and any force that stands between us and equality for all.

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Audre Lorde's Sister Outsider

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Audre Lorde's Sister Outsider deals with race, homosexualtiy, feminism, and personal development through a number of selected essays, speeches, and an extended interview with Audrienne Rich.

Audre Lorde Commentary

Audre Lorde Works

Audre Lorde's Sister Outsider

Sister Outsider

Audre Lorde's essays, speeches, and an interview with Audrienne Rich.

Audre Lorde's Cancer Journals

The Cancer Journals

Audre Lorde's struggle with breast cancer is vividly described in this work of prose.

Audre Lorde's Collected Poetry

Collected Poetry

Always a poet first, Lorde wrote poems on love, social issues, and even poems of anger.

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