The Goodness of St. Rocque
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Alice Dunbar-Nelson (1875-1935) was a writer of poems and short stories, a journalist, and an activist. A woman of African American, Anglo, Native American, and Creole heritage, she was born in New Orleans and was a key figure in the Harlem Renaissance. She was married three times and also had romantic relationships with women throughout her life. Dunbar-Nelson's writings often engaged with topics of racism, sexism, and bisexuality.

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"A prolific, politically engaged writer . . . In her energy and appetite for life's pleasures, from the literary to the human to the natural, Alice Dunbar-Nelson celebrated beauty and freedom to the end of her life."-The Paris Review

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