On June 27, Josie Johnson enjoyed a book signing at UROC in North Minneapolis.
A space for local and national arts and entertainment stories, with an emphasis on stories pertaining to African and African Americans.
Local author Donna Gingery has published her first children’s book ‘Red’s Adventures: The Egg Pie’ to help youth find their superpower.
Melvin Whitfield Carter, Jr’s memoir, ‘Diesel Heart’ captures how the former wayward hellraiser transitioned to a leader serving his community.
Dr. Verna Price shares her step-by-step approach to creating successful changes in your life.
Fifty years later, ‘Coming of Age’ still commands a wide readership.
Smith, recently named to Forbes’ 2019 30 Under 30 in media list, noted it is often heralded as “raw” and “powerful.”
But Burton, a recovering addict and former convict, turned the strength of prevailing against personal adversity into a resource for others to do the same.
‘R.I.P. Ntozake Shange (#ForColoredGirls) #YouAreBroadwayBlack you will forever be remembered and eternally etched in our minds as The Lady in Orange, a prolific poet, an amazing playwright, and the Black feminist we all aspire to be. Well done,’ a tweet from the Broadway in Black twitter account read.
Toward which end Pittman and Boudah will also host a Writer’s Boot Camp, a 90-minute crash course for fledgling writers. Registered participants will hear from a team of experts about editing, writing and marketing a manuscript, and how to publish.
Those for whom Double Exposure resonates will appreciate, indeed, admire the compelling authenticity by which photographer John F. Glanton captured an unprecedented window, lensing this bygone Twin Cities era.