In Audre’s Footsteps: The Foreword

Rest in perfect peace, paradise, and power, Erika “Ika” Hügel-Marshall.
March 13, 1947 to April 21, 2022

Me and Ika (November 2021)

Many years have now passed, and Heidi is still interested in the further development of the Black Diasporic movement in Germany and in transnational exchange. She remains committed to ensuring students broaden their view of Germany with its still too obscure Black history, especially because many in the U.S. who are familiar with the work of Audre Lorde often do not know her impact and the significance of her Berlin years. It is precisely these lessons that Heidi makes possible for her students through direct experiences and encounters.
—Ria Cheatom, Ika Hügel-Marshall, Judy Gummich, and Jasmin Eding from the “Foreword,” In Audre’s Footsteps: Transnational Kitchen Table Talk

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The Highlights | Witnessed | The Co-Authors#FemGeniusesinBerlin | The Dedication | The Acknowledgements | The Preface | The Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two | Chapter Three | Chapter Four | Chapter Five | Chapter Six | Chapter Seven | The Afterword | The Contributors | The Blurbs | Buy the Book | Events | Book Dr. Lewis | Feel the Love

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