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… and from the editors at the poetryfoundation:

We’re celebrating Women’s History Month with a ‎poetry sampler‬ of poems, articles, podcasts, and blog posts that explore women’s history and women’s rights.

Pro Femina” by Carolyn Kizer

Planetarium” by Adrienne Rich

Sadie and Maud” by Gwendolyn Brooks

The Applicant” by Sylvia Plath

won’t you celebrate with me” by Lucille Clifton

They shut me up in Prose – (445)” by Emily Dickinson

Legacies” by Nikki Giovanni

Poem about My Rights” by June Jordan

A Woman Speaks” by Audre Lorde

Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou

Howl” by Amy Newman

Women Whose Lives are Food, Men Whose Lives are Money” by Joyce Carol Oates

Macha” by Monica McClure

Responding” by Juliana Spahr

Worth” by Marilyn Nelson

To Be Walang Hiya” by Barbara Jane Reyes

from Raw Meditations on Money, “1. She Speaks: A School Teacher from South India” by Meena Alexander

The River of Girls” by Tishani Doshi

The Archaeologists” by Julia Shipley

Among Women” by Marie Ponsot

Bound for Hell” by Marina Tsvetaeva

Women in Labor” by Mary Ruefle

Poet as Housewife” by Elisabeth Eybers

That Country” by Grace Paley

Women” by May Swenson

Postfeminism” by Brenda Shaughnessy

Hip-Hop Ghazal” by Patricia Smith

My mother’s body” by Marge Piercy

To The Indifferent Women” by Charlotte Anna Perkins Gilman

A Double Standard” by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

Interview” by Dorothy Parker