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The Poetry of Nina Olff and the Survival of Afro-Caribbean Culture Across Generations

The Poetry of Nina Olff and the Survival of Afro-Caribbean Culture Across Generations [article image]

When: Thu, Apr 05 2018 12:30pm

Where: UNM Ortega Hall 335 Reading Room

A reading and talk with poet Nina Lydia Olff.

With a multicultural family background, Olff’s poetry reveals the intersections of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora with multiple cultures (Surinamese, American Indian, African American, Jewish, Russian, Dutch) and its persistent presence in the U.S. cultural landscape.

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