Black woman, lesbian, militant feminist, librarian, poet, mother, warrior, cog in the radical machine of the late ’60s and early ’70s — Audre Lorde (1934-1992) was all of those things and more. Lorde was involved with both the black liberation and feminist movements, and her work transcends gender and race, speaking loud and proud to anyone who’ll listen. Think of her as the queer Maya Angelou — except she was the type to take a chain saw to the cage and let that motherfuckin’ bird sing free. The Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival brings... More >>>