National Black Writers Conference Biennial Symposium
A Tribute to the Life and Works of Toni Cade Bambara
Saturday, March 30, 2013
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
“Our lives preserved. How it was; and how it be. Passing along in the relay. That is what I work to do: to produce stories that save our lives.” -Toni Cade Bambara
Toni Cade Bambara (1939–1995) was a writer, social activist, educator, feminist, and filmmaker. The legacy of her contributions to the African-American literary canon have rightfully earned her the distinguished reputation of being not only a storyteller but an amazing truth teller.
Invited Panelists: Farah Jasmine Griffin, Malaika Adero, Sonia Sanchez, Eugene Redmond and others!
The Center for Black Literature Turns 10 Years Old!
(Producers of the National Black Writers Conference)
The year 2013 is a milestone year for the Center for Black Literature, as we are celebrating 10 years of Honoring the Literature of people from the African Diaspora. We are in the process of planning events for this anniversary and we are hoping our friends and supporters will help us to celebrate throughout the year. To support the upcoming programming we are having our very first Gift Drive and we would like YOU to be a part of it! Learn more
The Center is currently seeking submissions for the following:
Killens Review of Arts & Letters a literary journal, seeks short stories, creative nonfiction, essays, poetry, and artwork related to the various cultural, sociopolitical, and historical experiences of writers and people of color from the African Disapora. Click here to learn more