Angelina Weld Grimke
Grimke was a teacher and poet, and one of the earliest artists of the movement. She wrote on femininity, being black in America among other pertinent issues of her time.
She was also a playwright whose play, Rachel, has become iconic since debuting in 1920.
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Grimke was known to write letters expressing romantic attraction for some of her female friends. Indeed, her falling out with her father Archibald, is believed to have as a result of affairs with women.