African-American poet, author, and dramatist known for a 1970 poetry collection entitled We am a Dark Woman. Her additional works consist of Where may be the Music (poems), Jim Soaring Large (children’s fiction), and River of My Track (stage play). She analyzed fashion design in the University or college of Toledo before buying a writing profession. She often worked well as an activist for the reason for jail reform. She grew up in Toledo, Ohio. She later on produced a tv system in Indianapolis, Indiana and trained at several colleges, including Indiana University or college, Purdue, and Cornell. She centered her 1979 musical theater piece, Eyes, on the Eyes Were Viewing God, a popular book by Zora Neale Hurston.
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|Vanity||2015||TV Series||Giselle Mondavi / Giselle|
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