In honor of National Poetry Month, the City of New York (@NYCGov & @NYCulture) will host the annual “PoetweetNYC” Twitter poetry contest. Continue Reading →
Join Jessica Care Moore, Brad Walrond and King Thomas Moore for a day of words spoken at Revolution on Wednesday, December 28th, 7:00pm in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
This new poetic work Mahogany was sent to Harlem World Magazine by reader Morgan Lee, a 16-year-old from Chicago, IL.,. Morgan says she, “…adores being who being Black.” Continue Reading →
We love this conversation with The Poet of Harlem, Abiodun Oyewole, his stories of Harlem are price less. The video below is from the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
I hate it.
I hate to see
All the enmity
That they concoct
Between blood brothers. Continue Reading →
The Last Poets is the name for several groups of poets and musicians who arose from the late 1960s African-American civil rights movement’s black nationalist movement. Continue Reading →
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