I had a lively conversation with writers Thabiti Lewis, Kiese Laymon and Martha Southgate at the 16th National Black Writers Conference at sponsored by The Center for Black Literature Medgar Evers College, City University of New York
Roundtable: “Making a Way Out of No Way: Healing the Community”
Black writers, in their understanding of the continuous struggle for justice and the need to address aspirations and challenges that affect the Black community, have been a voice of strength and provided a balm for our souls. The speakers will discuss the transformative power of literature as an agent for both personal and social change.
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