Find a Union Writer – Irma P. Mcclaurin

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Irma McClaurin, MFA/PhD is an award-winning free-lance writer, activist-anthropologist and educator. Based in Raleigh, NC, she writes regularly on the arts, social justice, gender and diversity and inclusiveness, and is seeking syndication. In 2015, McClaurin was named “Best in the Nation Columnist” by the Black Press of America. She is the Culture and Education Editor for Insight News of Minneapolis, author of Women of Belize: Gender and Change in Central America (Rutgers) and Editor of Black Feminist Anthropology: Theory, Politics, Praxis and Poetics (Rutgers), selected “Outstanding Academic Title” by Choice Magazine. Her poetry has appeared in over 16 magazines and anthologies.

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Irma McClaurin, PhD
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Named 2015 "Best in the
Nation Columnist " Award by the Black Press of America for column: “A Black Weeps for America:
Stop Killing Our Black Sons”
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Arts and Culture:
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Obituary of Chinua Achebe, African Writer