Amanda Gorman becomes the youngest Inaugural Poet in U.S. History.
Amanda S. C. Gorman born on March 7, 1998 is a poet and activist. Her work focuses on issues of oppression, feminism, race, and marginalization, as well as the African diaspora. Gorman was the first person to be named National Youth Poet Laureate. She published the poetry book The One for Whom Food Is Not Enough in 2015. (Wikipedia)
Amanda Gorman – Poet – Associated Links:
- Amanda Gorman | Official Website
- Amanda Gorman | Twitter
- Amanda Gorman | Instagram
- Amanda Gorman | Academy of American Poets
Amanda Gorman – Poet- Related Articles
- “The Hill We Climb” | New York Times
- “Unity with Purpose”. Amanda Gorman and Michelle Obama Discuss Art, Identity, and Optimism” | TIME
- “The Hill We Climb’: Read Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem” | CNN politics
- “Meet Amanda Gorman: The History-Making Poet the World is Still Talking About” | Reader’s Digest
- “Meet Amanda Gorman, the U.S. Youngest Inaugural Poet” | Smithsonian
- “Amanda Gorman biography: 13 things about 1st U.S. National Youth Poet Laureate” | Conan Daily
- “Who is Amanda Gorman? Get to know America’s new favorite poet” | Life Daily
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