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Moore, Audley "Queen Mother"locked

(27 July 1898–02 May 1997)
  • Erik S. McDuffie

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Moore, Audley "Queen Mother" (27 July 1898–02 May 1997), radical black cultural nationalist, was born Audley Moore, the daughter of St. Cyr Moore and Ella Hunter Moore, in New Iberia, Louisiana, a small town near New Orleans. As a young child, she heard stories about her maternal grandfather being lynched, her paternal grandmother being raped by a slave master, and her father being forcibly removed from his position as deputy sheriff by whites. Yet her family instilled in her a strong sense of racial pride and resistance....

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