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Maitefa Angaza

Maitefa Angaza (nés Judith Halsey) is the editor of African Voices, an acclaimed nationally distributed Black literary and visual arts quarterly magazine. She is the author of Kwanzaa: From Holiday to Every Day, (Dafina Books, 2007), which climbed to #1 on the amazon.com “Holiday Books” page a few months after its publication. She is the proud former executive editor of the award-winning, now defunct newspaper, The City Sun and also worked as an editor at The Daily Challenge, both New York City publications. Read the full bio at Our Times Press

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1 Book by Maitefa Angaza

Black Power Line
Black Power Line

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