History and Legacy of the Center for Black Literature: An Online Exhibition
For Black History Month, the Center for Black Literature, in partnership with the Medgar Evers College Library Archives team, invites you to join us for an inspiring evening as we delve into the rich history and impactful legacy of the Center for Black Literature. This in-person event will take place on Thursday, February 15, 2024 at Medgar Evers College, Edison O. Jackson Auditorium.
Discover the stories, voices, and literary works that have shaped the Black literary landscape. Immerse yourself in a captivating exhibition that showcases the remarkable contributions of Black authors, poets, and intellectuals throughout history.
Through thought-provoking displays and engaging videos, we aim to celebrate and honor the Center for Black Literature’s commitment to amplifying Black voices and fostering literary excellence.
Join us as we explore the diverse range of genres, themes, and perspectives that have emerged from the Black literary tradition. This event promises to be an enlightening and immersive experience for all literature enthusiasts, history buffs, and advocates of social justice.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with the vibrant legacy of the Center for Black Literature. Mark your calendars and be prepared to be inspired!
*If you cannot attend in-person, you can also join us via Zoom: https://bit.ly/47LjpL8 Passcode: 016757