7 Facts About Audre Lorde

1. In 1966, Audre Lorde became head librarian at Town School Library in New York City, where she remained until 1968.

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2. In 1968, Audre Lorde published The First Cities, her first volume of poems.

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3. In 1984, Audre Lorde started a visiting professorship in West Berlin at the Free University of Berlin.

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4. In 1985, Audre Lorde was a part of a delegation of black women writers who had been invited to Cuba.

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5. In 1977, Audre Lorde became an associate of the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press.

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6. In 1968 Audre Lorde was writer-in-residence at Tougaloo College in Mississippi.

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7. On her return to New York, Audre Lorde attended Hunter College, and graduated in the class of 1959.

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