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‘Black Roses’ is an ode to Black women: ‘They have used their light to be a lighthouse’

Cover of the forthcoming book of poetry written by Harold Green III.

‘Black Roses’ is an ode to Black women: ‘They have used their light to be a lighthouse’

From Issa Rae to Jonelle Monae and from Stacey Abrams to Kamala Harris, there is no shortage of the amazing Black women who shape, inspire and change us. In honor of them, Chicago artist Harold Green III aims to honor and celebrate trailblazing Black women through art and poetry in his upcoming book Black Roses.

GUEST: Harold Green III, poet and author of Black Roses



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