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Author Ta-Nehisi Coates, who also attended the ceremony, said the iconic novelist taught him the meaning of "grown folks literature."
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“He was a guide for thousands seeking to discover or reclaim their spiritual identity beyond or within institutional religion.”
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The horror author said he believes "judgments of creative excellence should be blind" but that the Hollywood game is still "rigged in favor of the white folks.”
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