Cheryl Gittens-Jones lives in the USA. She is a practicing Buddhist, a stay-at-home mom, poet, writer and novice photographer who has an opinion about everything. Cheryl visted Senegal, West Africa,on a research trip the 1990s. There, she came face to face with the horrible legacy of slavery at the Door of No Return on Goree Island. Her writing is centered on the plight of the ‘other’, and thematically holds to the relationships between exile, displacement and identity. Cheryl’s articles can also be viewed online at:
See poems and articles at race-talk.org. See her full bio here: oneactplays.com.