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Black Unicorn: Library and Archives Project
732 E Warrington Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15210
Join us in an exploration and celebration of Black and Brown authors and artists of the queer Caribbean diaspora. The series aims to hold space for the wide array of unique stories and experiences shared along common lines of ancestry and culture. We'll have an opportunity to learn and grow by sharing novels, poems, visual art, film, music and other digital resources.
The first reading period is January 28th-March 31st
'The Other Side of Paradise' by Staceyann Chin
Staceyann Chin — Writer. Poet. Activist. Lesbian. Feminist. Jamaican. Immigrant. Radical. Mother.
Contact us to participate or if you need a copy. The title is available as an audiobook as well.
***Sign up to read and receive info along the way including opportunities to connect online, meet-ups and special events!
***RSVP by January 25th, 2018 if you'll be reading with us this month. Please email: [email protected]
This series is supported by The Sprout Fund Grand Idea Grant, The Pittsburgh Foundation, the Heinz Endowments, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Braddock Carnegie Library and BOOM Concepts. The Black Unicorn Library and Archives Project is located on the BOOM Concepts Campus in Allentown, Pgh.