Gloria Joseph, Audre Lorde, Ika Hügel-Marshall, and May Ayim: “It was the beginning of a Black movement in Germany and she really encouraged young people to come together to represent themselves. To start writing about their lives, their situations.”
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Gloria Joseph, Audre Lorde, Ika Hügel-Marshall and May Ayim
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