This celebrity goo was created by player LaVonne Lemler.
Scott Hardie made minor changes to the explanation provided by LaVonne.

publication date: Sunday, January 30, 2022 (part of Winter 2022)

category: Literature

clue: This award-winning writer and activist will climb a hill to change the world. She plans to run for President in 2036.

explanation: "Climb a hill" references a poem she wrote entitled "The Hill We Climb." Her work focuses on issues such as oppression and racism. more…

difficulty: easy

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Samir Mehta, Richard Slominsky, Scott Hardie, and Alexis Andino


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