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Stella Pope Duarte: Writer, Educator, and Human Rights Activist

Start Time:   11/21/2013 11:15 AM

End Time:   11/21/2013 12:30 PM

Location:   SC 140-144

Inspired to write by a prophetic dream of her father in 1995, Stella Pope Duarte believes that writing, like love, begins within, or it doesn't start at all. Duarte's work explores the human heart as her characters move between pro- found truth, darkness, regret, and exhilarating joy. Her works include: Fragile Night, Let Their Spirits Dance, If I Die in Juarez, Women Who Live in Coffee Shops and Other Stories, and her most current work, Writing Through Revelations, Visions and Dreams: The memoir of a writer's soul. Her literary works have won awards and honors nationwide. Stella Pope Duarte is a critically acclaimed author, human rights advocate and college professor. Literary awards include: American Book Award, Pulitzer Prize Nomination, and Women in American History Award. Ms. Duarte’s workshops and presentations target audiences of all ages. Topics include: writing, women’s issues, culture, history, education, storytelling, human rights.

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