PART ONE: Contemporary Biographies: MAUD SULTER

January 2006
Remember Me: Achievements of Mixed Race People, Past & Present;2006, p43
A biography of poet and photographer Maud Sulter is presented. Sulter took a course at the London College of Fashion in England, studied art history and design, completed her master's degree in Photographic Studies at the University of Derby, and is completing her doctorate degree on digital imaging. She was also a member of Great Britain's National Union of Journalists. Her poetry collections are "As a Black Woman" and "Zabat: Poetics of a Family Tree." She believes that a genuine appreciation of African American culture would improve race relations.


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