Recently, I attended a Harlem Writers Guild event honoring two spectacular African American men celebrating their history in film, theater, and music as award-winning producers of some of the most outstanding celebrities, entertainers, and musicians of our time: Voza Rivers, and Dr. Woodie King, Jr. The event took place at The New York Society Library, and the host was brilliant playwright, Michael Dinwiddie. Here is a link to this historic event: https://www.nysoclib.org/events/black-theatre-revisited-conversation-woodie-king-jr-and-voza-rivers-geniuses-behind-scenes
I'm very proud to have my books in the archives of the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center as well as the bookstore of The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Both entities are of the New York Public Library.
"Walk with your mind on freedom" (from: Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America).
I encourage everyone to view the documentary series, The 1619 Project, with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Nikole Hannah-Jones, streaming now on Hulu, as well as the documentary, Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America, hosted by activist and attorney, Jeffery Robinson, streaming on Netflix. Both documentaries are filled with enlightening African American history.