Voice of Youth: Live Book Reading And Performance

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“Can Anybody Hear Me? Voices of youth”

Book Reading – Feb 21st, 6pm @ Uptown Sisters Bookstore, 1942 Amsterdam Avenue (156thth & Amsterdam Avenue).

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  BOOK READING As Well as live performance of Scenes taken from the book
Can Anybody Hear Me? Voices of youth by James Gillard.

A new thought provoking collection of short stories, scenes and monologues for children of color witness a live theatrical presentation of scenes from the book. As well as a question, answer period Calling all parents, youth come out and be a part of the movement.

On February 21st experience the new book. 6PM at Uptown Sisters Bookstore, 1942 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10032
(212) 862-3680. Please Listen www.135thandinfinity.com


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