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Jones, Wendy

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Wendy Jones is a playwright. Her first play, In Pursuit of Justice: A One-Woman Play about Ida B. Wells, starring Janice Jenkins, won four AUDELCO awards. Her work has appeared in The Point: Where Teaching & Writing Intersect, Streetlights: Illuminating Tales of the Urban Black Experience,, and Unity Magazine. A former tenured English professor, she earned a B.A. in Literature from Yale University and an M.F.A. in Fiction from Columbia University. A first-generation Northerner, born in New York City and a Harlem native, Ms. Jones now lives in New Jersey with her family.
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