Modern American Poetry: Audre Lorde
From the University of Illinois’ English department, read discussion and analysis of Lorde’s poetry.
New York State Writers Institute – Audre Lorde: State Poet, 1991-1993
Read articles related to the installation of Lorde as the state poet of New York in 1991, where she gave an impassioned speech.
Tribute to Audre Lorde
A tribute to Lorde from the University of Colorado, featuring some of Lorde’s poetry as well as original content.
Voices from the Gaps
University of Minnesota professors Toni McNaron (English) and Carol Miller (American Studies and American Indian Studies) founded VG/Voices from the Gaps in 1996 to uncover, highlight, and share the works of marginalized artists, predominately women writers of color living and working in North America.
Breast Cancer Videos
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.”
― Audre Lorde
A Chicago-based not-for-profit organization which currently serves black lesbian, bisexual women, transgendered women, and lesbigay youth of African descent.
Information and community portal centered on Africa and her Diaspora.
KUMA: Black Lesbian Erotica
E-zine filled with black lesbian poetry, stories, artwork, music, and more.
Spirit Health Education Circle
S.H.E. Circle harnesses the power of this sisterhood or sistahood to empower, energize, and engage African women in a personal journey to healthy living and dis-ease prevention.
Online magazine for gay/lesbians of color.
Atlanta-based organization serving GLBT teens and young people, ages 13-24.
A national advocacy organization for black lesbians that was created to address the needs of black lesbians in the areas of health, public policy, economic development, and education.