Invisible Woman

Audre Lorde (1934-1992) American writer, feminist and civil rights activist.

The child of an African American soldier and a white German woman, author Ika Hügel-Marshall took inspiration from her friend and mentor Audre Lorde. Hügel-Marshall read selections from her autobiography Invisible Woman; Growing Up Black in Germany during a program devoted to exploring Lorde’s cultural legacy held October 3 and 4, 2012 at Block Cinema and the Block Museum.

Listen Now (audio, 18 minutes)

Audre Lorde’s Cultural Legacy was sponsored by the Northwestern Departments of African American Studies, of English, of German, and of History; the Comparative Literary, the American, and the Latino and Latina Studies Programs; the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, the Graduate School, Poetry and Poetics Colloquium, School of Communication, and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. Support provided by the Goethe-Institut, Chicago.

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