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Ntozake Shange passed away in her sleep and joined the ancestors on the morning of October 27, 2018. Born Paulette Williams in Trenton, New Jersey, on October 18, 1948, Shange was a black feminist, a playwright, a poet, and a novelist. Her Obie Award-winning choreopoem “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf,” written in 1974, combined 20 poems about the resilience of Black women using dance, acting, and music.