“At first glance, I thought African American author because I was born in American and that is what the history books will portray me as the legendary African American author. However, my heritage is worth more than the birthplace, and in some manner, the connotation that I am a part of American oversees the strength of African within me. AA dismisses part of me that is rich in intelligence, skill, craft, heritage, and some of my identity was stolen by a name that honestly has nothing to do with me. I am a black woman or black author and proud. The symbolism in the black speaks volumes of because of the strength, gift, and heritage.Black may be more appropriate because it signifies the tone of my skin enriched with melanin.“
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