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Thulani Davis is a poet, novelist, journalist, playwright, and librettist. Among her work are two novels, 1959 and Maker of Saints; several plays, including Everybody’s Ruby, which premiered at the NY Shakespeare Public Festival, and the librettos for Amistad and Malcolm X. She is also the author of two collections of poetry and two PBS documentaries, and has published in numerous magazines and journals. She lives in New York City.

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Davis, Thulani -- Family.
Campbell family.
Davis family.
African American families.
African Americans -- Genealogy.
African Americans -- Biography.
Silver Creek (Miss.) -- Biography.
Yazoo County (Miss.) -- Biography.