The International Review of Contemporary Law, IADL’s digital legal journal, released a poetry tribute for International Women’s Day 2021, featuring three iconic poems by Black American women poets: “Woman Work” by Maya Angelou, “my dream about being white” by Lucille Clifton, and “Poem About My Rights” by June Jordan.
Edited by Evelyn Dürmayer, the special collection is dedicated to the memory of these three poets and the ongoing struggle for our rights.
See below for links to all articles:
- Woman Work / Maya Angelou
- my dream about being white / Lucille Clifton
- Poem About My Rights / June Jordan
All articles published in the International Review of Contemporary Law reflect only the position of their author and not the position of the journal, nor of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers.