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A must-read list: The enduring contributions of African-American women writers

Female African American writers have been underpraised figures throughout US literary history. Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar

Nancy Kang

Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Manitoba

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Ann Petry (right) was interviewed after she won a fiction award for ‘The Street'. Image: All-American news 4 / All American news IV / All-American news reel no. 4/Library of Congress

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