Sheila Groover in Alabama Before Colorism Got its Name in 1982

BY Sherri-Anne Forde

Sherri-Anne Forde is a poet from Atlanta, Georgia. She uses her writing to tell the stories of the women around her. Cooking anything that Nigella Lawson suggests is one of her favorite pastimes. She studied Human Services and Professional Writing at Kennesaw State University, and she is currently an MFA candidate and teaching fellow at Georgia College and State University. Find out more about Sherri-Anne here.

Image Credit: “Abstraction” by Cyrus Carlson