Angelina W. Grimke

Angelina Weld Grimké

Angelina Weld Grimké

Angelina Weld Grimké (27 février 188010 juin 1958) était une journaliste et poétesse afro-américaine, née à Boston. Son père, Archibald Grimké, était un avocat noir diplômé de Harvard et qui fut vice-président de la NAACP. La mère d'Angelina Weld Grimké était issue d'une famille de la classe moyenne blanche. Angelina étudia à Boston, puis suivit son père à Washington DC où elle enseigna l'anglais. Ses œuvres furent publiées dans plusieurs magazines ou journaux noir-américains comme The Crisis. Elle fut l'une des figure de la Renaissance de Harlem et s'était liée d'amitié avec le poétesse Georgia Douglas Johnson.

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  • Shockley, Ann Allen, Afro-American Women Writers 1746-1933: An Anthology and Critical Guide, New Haven, Connecticut: Meridian Books, 1989. ISBN 0-452-00981-2

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