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Fiction Book: Black Woman: A Fictionalized Biography of Lucy Terry Prince by Bernard and Jonathan Katz


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Genre: African American/History/American History/Women/Biography

A fictionalized biography of the very real Lucy Terry Prince, an eighteenth-century slave who sought education and legal redress for her family through the courts.

Lucy Terry was a Black abolitionist, poet, and skilled orator born in 1730 is celebrated on this date. Although she was not a lawyer, she argued a case before the U.S. Supreme Court and won. She is known as the author of the first poem composed by an African-American woman. Lucy Terry Prince was a remarkable woman who had a fascinating, brave life of many accomplishments. Lucy Prince Terry died in 1821, at the age of 97.

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Fiction Book: Black Woman: A Fictionalized Biography of Lucy Terry Prince by Bernard and Jonathan Katz