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Diego Báez is a writer, educator and abolitionist. He is the recipient of fellowships from CantoMundo, the Surge Institute and the Poetry Foundation’s Incubator for Community-Engaged Poets. His writing has appeared in Freeman’s, The Rumpus, Harriet Books and The Georgia Review. He lives in Chicago and teaches at the City Colleges. He is the author of "Yaguareté White."
Awards: finalist for the Georgia Poetry Prize and a semifinalist for the Berkshire Prize for Poetry
Communities: Hispanic or Latinx, Mixed Race