It’s here again, that somber, dark, short month where the world outside is dismal. As usual, I plan to use this month’s reading to keep the fires burning in my mind and heart by focusing exclusively on works by black Americans. Here is what is on the queue for this month’s reads and reviews. What are you reading?
(Top Row, L-to-R): Dr. Carliss R. McGhee, Dr. Francene Breakfield; (Middle Row, L-to-R): Dr. Victoria M. Ruffin, Victoria C. Murray; (Bottom Row; L-to-R): L.D. Wells, Particia J. Thurmond
The Inglewood Alumnae Chapter (IAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is excited to host Delta Authors on Tour in the Farwest Region on Saturday, February 4th, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at The Museum of African American Art at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. The Museum is located at 4005 Crenshaw Blvd. in Los Angeles on Macy’s 3rdFloor. This event is free and open to the public.
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Time's passage through the memory is like molten glass that can be opaque or crystalize at any given moment at will: a thousand days are melted into one conversation, one glance, one hurt, and one hurt can be shattered and sprinkled over a thousand days. ~Gloria Naylor (1950-2016), The Women of Brewster's Place A Thousand Days