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Gwendolyn Brooks,Religious Allusion .

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This Year Is The 100 Year Birth Of The Late Great Writer Gwendolyn Brooks. Brooks Was The First African American To,Receive The Pulitzer Prize., She Received Many Awards .She,Was Illinois Poet Laureate .Gwendolyn Brooks,Has Influenced Many People..Gwendolyn Brooks Was A Self Proclaim,,Non Religious Person.,In Religious Allusion She ,Comments On Religion ...Actor Chris Rock ,A Black Person Who Is Christian ,Don't Have A Good Memory ..Christianity Is White  Man;s Religion Or Slave Plantation Religion Many Black People,Believe .Late Actress Butterfly McQueen,Who Played ,Scarlet Ohara's Maid ,In Gone With The Wind,,Was A Atheist ,Who Was Honored By The,Atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation..She Said,Her Ancestors Are Free From Slavery,She Is Free From Religion .Jesus,Is A Myth..If People Would Put Energy On Humanity ,Like They Do For Myth Of Jesus,They Would Be Less Hunger And,Homelessness . .She Was Puzzled,Christianity Encourages,Bigotry,Hatred And Irresponsibility..Yes,I Agree....

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Yes, Gwendolyn Brooks is a revered by poets throughout the country.  Her name is kept prominent by Third World Press and Chicago State University, which is home of the Gwendolyn Brooks Center for Black Literature and Creative Writing.  I was unaware of Brooks' views on religion, but that perspective does not surprise me.

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