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Some notable African-American poets include Elizabeth Alexander, Maya Angelou, Amiri Baraka, Lucille Clifton, Rita Dove, Langston Hughes, Audre Lourde and Jean Toomer.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Poets_Collective

Black Poets Collective was a group of Black writers from Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas that was founded in 1995 and later formed into a non-profit ...

www.poets.org/poetsorg/12-poems-read-black-history-month

February is Black History Month, and to celebrate the contributions black poets have made, and continue to make, to the richness of American poetry, we asked  ...

www.poets.org/poetsorg/black-history-month

Black History Month - To celebrate Black History Month in February—and the rich tradition of African American poetry all year long—browse essays on literary ...

famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets_african_american.html

Here you will find African American poets such as Rita Dove, Imamu Amiri Baraka, Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovanni, Langston Hughes and other Famous and  ...

www.poetryfoundation.org/features/articles/detail/88721

Mar 9, 2016 ... Poems, articles, and podcasts that explore African American history and culture.

www.theroot.com/20-black-poets-you-should-know-and-love-1790868612

Apr 16, 2015 ... His name became synonymous with the Harlem Renaissance, and his work has inspired subsequent generations of black poets.

www.poetrysoup.com/famous/poets/african_american.aspx

African American Poets and their poems. A list of the top 100 most popular and best famous African American (Black) poets in history, with their best poetry.

blavity.com/13-young-black-poets-you-should-know

2 April was is in full swing last month and the air is filled with poetry and spring. In honor of National Poetry Month, here's a list of young black poets you should ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/20-young-writers-of-color-share-their-favorite-poems_us_56b1425ee4b08069c7a56bbd

Feb 8, 2016 ... Right in time for Black History Month, Alexine's diversified anthology speaks to the importance of poetry to voices too often marginalized or ...