Discussion in 'Honoring Black Ancestors' started by cherryblossom, Jul 20, 2010.
*"The more things change, the more they stay the same."*
On Behalf of Henry Dumas on JSTOR
Toni Morrison, On Behalf of Henry Dumas, Black American Literature Forum, Vol. 22, No. 2, Henry Dumas Issue (Summer, 1988), pp. 310-312
Henry Dumas's Soular System: thirty-five years after Dumas's tragic death, a friend remembers the man and the writer behind the cult figure - tribute
Black Issues Book Review, Sept-Oct, 2003 by Eugene B. Redmond
The great god Shango in the African sea reached down with palm oil and oozed out me. --from "Funk" by Henry Dumas
....Henry Lee Dumas, a.k.a. Hank, "Ankh," "Samud," and I crossed literary and professional paths in 1967 while we were working as counselors at the Experiment in Higher Education, housed with Katherine Dunham's Performing Arts Training Center (EHE-PATC), in East St. Louis, Illinois......
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Cherryblossom is trying to start a race war up in this piece...Rest in peace ancestor Henry Lee Dumas.
LOL! No, but we need to know 'bout our People!
I still wonder what really happen and how he was mistaken to be someone else
they been killing us for so long and still today police just do as will under that badge
May his soul find peace and rest !
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