A Litany For Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde

 

Director: Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson
Country: USA
Year: 1995
Running Time: 60 min.
Language: English

A Litany for Survival is an epic portrait of Audre Lorde, a celebrated and controversial African American lesbian poet and writer whose work embodied the connections between three dynamic social justice movements: the Civil Rights movement, the women’s movement and the struggle for gay and lesbian rights.

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Director: Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson
Country: USA
Year: 1995
Running Time: 60 min.
Language: English

A Litany for Survival is an epic portrait of Audre Lorde, a celebrated and controversial African American lesbian poet and writer whose work embodied the connections between three dynamic social justice movements: the Civil Rights movement, the women’s movement and the struggle for gay and lesbian rights.