Remembering Hansberry

March 1996
American Libraries;Mar1996, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Features a photograph of celebrities participating in the 1996 Heritage Weekend Celebration as part of Black History Month activities. Sidney Poitier, celebration co-chairman; Poets Nikki Giovanni and Amiri Baraka; `A Celebration of Lorraine Hansberry,' author of the classic `A Raisin in the Sun.'


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