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Maya Angelou is a poet and award-winning author known for her acclaimed memoir I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and her numerous poetry and essay collections. Author, Civil Rights Activist, Poet

This unit comprises of poems and speeches by famous Black poets. I suggest you use this for grades 8-12. Students should be familiar with figurative language to answer some of the PARCC questions.The excerpts analyzed includes:*Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou*Ain't I A Woman by Sojourner Truth*Mother to Son by Langston Hughes*On Being Brought from Africa to America by Phillis WheatleyThis Black History Month Unit includes:*An answer sheet for the multiple choice questions.*An extended…

Black History Month- Black Poetry

This unit comprises of poems and speeches by famous Black poets. I suggest you use this for grades 8-12. Students should be familiar with figurative language to answer some of the PARCC questions.The excerpts analyzed includes:*Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou*Ain't I A Woman by Sojourner Truth*Mother to Son by Langston Hughes*On Being Brought from Africa to America by Phillis WheatleyThis Black History Month Unit includes:*An answer sheet for the multiple choice questions.*An extended…

And Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was a very exceptional and successful African American female. This is one of many of her famous poems "And Still I Rise". The website gives a good view on how others viewed Ms.

Nikki Giovanni is a world-renowned black poet, writer, commentator, activist, and educator.

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pA young, bright-eyed Nikki Giovanni sits on her desk in just a few years after she founded Cincinnatis first Black Arts Festival in (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)/p

This unit comprises of poems and speeches by famous Black poets. I suggest you use this for grades 8-12. Students should be familiar with figurative language to answer some of the PARCC questions.The excerpts analyzed includes:*Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou*Ain't I A Woman by Sojourner Truth*Mother to Son by Langston Hughes*On Being Brought from Africa to America by Phillis WheatleyThis Black History Month Unit includes:*An answer sheet for the multiple choice questions.*An extended prose…

Black History Month- Black Poetry

Welcome to Black History Month! Check out this mini lesson you can use celebrate Black History in your ELA class :) Happy teaching

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1977  African American Poet and Playwright.Ntozake Shange's most famous work, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf: a choreopoem, opened in New York City in 1975.

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African American Poets | Famous Black Poets

African American Poets | Famous Black Poets

This unit comprises of poems and speeches by famous Black poets. I suggest you use this for grades 8-12. Students should be familiar with figurative language to answer some of the PARCC questions.  The excerpts analyzed includes:  *Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou *Ain't I A Woman by Sojourner Truth *Mother to Son by Langston Hughes *On Being Brought from Africa to America by Phillis Wheatley  This Black History Month Unit includes: *An answer sheet for the multiple choice questions. *An…

Black History Month- Black Poetry

This unit comprises of poems and speeches by famous Black poets. I suggest you use this for grades 8-12. Students should be familiar with figurative language to answer some of the PARCC questions. The excerpts analyzed includes: *Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou *Ain't I A Woman by Sojourner Truth *Mother to Son by Langston Hughes *On Being Brought from Africa to America by Phillis Wheatley This Black History Month Unit includes: *An answer sheet for the multiple choice questions. *An…

Today is #BlackPoetryDay. I love this #poem by #LangstonHughes about the importance of dreaming.  He was a voice of the African American worker whose poetry reflected his dream for race equality.  Poetry is a peaceful and powerful way to protest injustice.⠀  📖⠀  Fun Fact: We celebrate on this day in honor of the first published black poet in the US who was born today in 1711, Jupiter Hammon.⠀

Today is #BlackPoetryDay. I love this #poem by #LangstonHughes about the importance of dreaming. He was a voice of the African American worker whose poetry reflected his dream for race equality. Poetry is a peaceful and powerful way to protest injustice.⠀ 📖⠀ Fun Fact: We celebrate on this day in honor of the first published black poet in the US who was born today in 1711, Jupiter Hammon.⠀

Dorothy Parker (1893-1967) "I like to have a martini, Two at the very most.   After three I’m under the table,  after four I’m under my host."

Le Salon Annex: You Were Perfectly Fine by Dorothy Parker

Solomon G. Brown was born on February 14, 1829 in Washington D.C. He was the first African American employee of the Smithsonian Institution. He was also a poet, lecturer, and scientific technician. He joined the Smithsonian in 1852 and remained there for fifty-four years until he retired.

Solomon G. Brown was born on February 14, 1829 in Washington D.C. He was the first African American employee of the Smithsonian Institution. He was also a poet, lecturer, and scientific technician. He joined the Smithsonian in 1852 and remained there for fifty-four years until he retired.

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