African American Read In

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Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville says
Come listen to the words of African American authors read aloud at the 27th Annual African American Read-In on Monday, February 8th. Attendees will gather in Ekstrom Library’s newly renovated First Floor East, in the Learning Commons, under the Cardinal Birds, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the event.
“The requirements for what may be read, or by which authors, are very broad,” said Joan D’Antoni, U of L professor of English Composition. “Participants can read books, poetry, articles, or anything – the only requirement is that the author be African American.”
Every 20 minutes or so, attendees will get the chance to win a free book by an African American author. Organizers plan to give 15-20 books away.
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By: Ekstrom Library, University of Louisville

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