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Sunday, June 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
The Free Black Women's Library

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The Free Black Women's Library is an interactive mobile library that features a collection of 650 books written by Black women, as well as readings, film screenings, performance, visual art, writing circles, and critical conversation. The library centers the brilliance and imagination of Black women while nurturing space for creativity and connection. In this session we will explore themes in Black women's literature and examine how they provide a platform for healing and liberation. We will examine the power of books as portals towards self discovery and radical thinking.

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olaronke akinmowo

The Free Black Women's Library
ritual artist, Black witch, healer, librarian, mama, set designer and interdisciplinary scholar focused on exploring and embracing the intersections and complexities of race, gender and culture. | Creator/Director of The Free Black Women's Library. | She loves bicycles, dance... Read More →


Sunday June 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
State Hall: Room 137

Attendees (84)