Texts by African American writers will be shared. This event is done in conjunction with Urban Poetry and Art, also
GSU students, staff, administrators, will be joined by the Chicagoland community reading African American literary works on February 27, 2023.
Sponsored by the O’Toole Library of Saint Peter’s University, and in conjunction with the Department of English, we will read
Please join the Department of Communications, Composition, and Languages as we hold our first annual Read-In Celebration.
Celebrate the writing of Black American authors with the University of Delaware community! The theme for this year’s African American
Teachers and older students will be sharing and reading age-appropriate books written by African American authors.
Writer Latria Graham will serve as the keynote speaker for the African American Read-In at Augusta University in Augusta, GA.
On February 6th, Willow Hill participated in the 33rd national African-American Read-In. The first African-American Read-In was sponsored by the
Students of Grant HS (LAUSD) in collaboration with Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) faculty member will host a poetry read-in,
Tuesday, February 28, 2023 – 1:30–2:15 p.m. ET NCTE welcomes educators and their students to join us for our second