Poetic Healings"

NR, 42 min. Directed by Chinwe Odeluga.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Tue., March 13, 2001

Poetic Healings by Chinwe Odeluga is a documentary of the poetry of lesbian and bisexual women of color who tackle abuse, biphobia, breast cancer, lesbianphobia, and racism

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Poetic Healings", Chinwe Odeluga

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