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Inside the Black Literary Imagination

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Inside the Black Literary Imagination

Inside the Black Literary Imagination

Inside the Black Literary Imagination

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Our month-long literature series kicks off with a look at African Americans' connection to the written word. How do our personal experiences and history shape what we read?

Guests include Jerry Ward, Jr., a professor at Dillard University, and Ted Mason, a professor at Kenyon College.