Black Writers: Malcolm’s Impact

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In celebration of the 82nd Birthday of Malcolm X, the Malcolm X Museum presents "Writing is Fighting: The Impact of Malcolm X Upon Black Writers" Saturday, May 19, 2007, 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM at The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Malcolm X Blvd & 135th Street, Harlem, NY.

A distinguished intergenerational panel of Black writers including Cheryl Green, Askia Ture, Marvin X, Kevin Powell, and Camille Yarbrough, will discuss the impact of Malcolm X on their writing,
as well as on writers of his time and those of today.

The panel will also discuss the influence that Black writers had on Malcolm X—El Hajj Malik El Shabazz.
A reception will follow the discussion. The Malcolm X forum will conclude Bay Area legendary poet and writer, Marvin X's east coast tour of his latest publication Beyond Religion: Toward Spirituality, Essays on Consciousness.

For additional info, contact: Sun in Leo PR (718) 574-6331.

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