The Invisible World of Rural Black America: Part 2

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About Lola Rainey

Lola Rainey is a writer, educator and community activist. She writes about questions of race, gender, and social justice. Ms. Rainey published two books under her pseudonym, Ivory Simone: Havasu Means Blue Water, (a literary fiction), and, "The Rainy Season, The Poems, Prose and Writings of Ivory Simone", (a poetry chapbook). She is currently working on a poetry manuscript tentatively entitled, "Pilgrimage to the Blue Nile" which will be published under her pen name.

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  1. The Wet One says:

    I guess granny didn’t know of brown rice did she? Rice girl eh? Hmmm…

    Thanks again for this. It’s appreciated!

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