Toni Morrison (1931 – 2019 ) Author, Lecturer, Professor, Playwright, and Pulitzer Prize Winner

Toni Morrison is a world renewed author, essayist, lecturer, and a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize. Toni's magnanimous writing skills have made her one of the most celebrated authors in modern history. Her novels capture the black American experience while examining its complexities  in an unjust society. Her characters struggle to find themselves and their cultural identity, through the interweaving of poetic and fervent language.  She was been awarded a number of literary distinctions,  among them the Pulitzer Prize (1988) and the first African American to win the Nobel Peace Prize for Literature (1993).