From Past to Present: The Work of Audre Lorde
From Past to Present: The Work of Audre Lorde
Hear Lincoln Center poet-in-residence Mahogany L. Browne and poet Cheryl Boyce Taylor read and discuss essays from iconic activist, author, and poet Audre Lorde.
The Atrium at Lincoln Center
April 06, 2022 | 7:30 pm
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Speaker details

Cheryl Boyce Taylor
Mahogany L. Browne

How to attend

Seating and entry are first-come, first-served; the line will form at the Atrium’s entrance on Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd Street.


David Rubenstein Atrium
Lincoln Center
61 W 62nd St
New York, NY

About This Event

This is one in a series of events with Voices of a People’s History. Check out more related events here.

Voices of a People’s History honors the centenary of historian Howard Zinn (1922–2010), author of the classic bestseller A People’s History of the United States, with a new conversation series hosted by the archivist and memory worker Zakiya Collier. Together, Collier and her guests draw from Zinn’s example of interrogating key moments of the historical record via documents, images, and recordings to create an illuminating dialogue on what the past can teach contemporary audiences. Lincoln Center’s poet-in-residence Mahogany L. Browne (Black Girl Magic) and poet Cheryl Boyce-Taylor (Mama Phife Represents) will join Collier to discuss selections from Sister Outsider, collected essays from the iconic activist, author, and poet Audre Lorde. Browne and Taylor will also read some vital passages of the book.

Image: L-R: Cheryl Boyce Taylor / photo by Dominique Sindayiganza, and Mahogany L. Browne / photo by Jenni Klauder