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.
Jessica Care Moore is the CEO of Moore Black Press, Executive Producer of Black WOMEN Rock! An internationally renowned poet, playwright, performance artist and producer, she is the 2013 Alain Locke Award Recipient from the Detroit Institute of Arts. She is the author of The Words Don’t Fit in My Mouth, The Alphabet Verses The Ghetto, God is Not an American, Sunlight Through Bullet Holes, and a memoir, Love is Not The Enemy. Her poetry has been heard on stages like Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the London Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Brad Walrond — poet writer, Every Where Alien and online every day.
King Thomas Moore — 10 year old artist, founder of the 12andundersupercoolpoetryopenmic
Harlem Cultural Archives is a donor and foundation-supported Historical Society, Its mission is to create, maintain and grow a remotely accessible, online, interactive repository of audio-visual materials documenting Harlem’s remarkable and varied multicultural legacies, including its storied past as well as its continuing contributions to the City and State of New York, the nation, and the world. Support Harlem Cultural Archives and click here to get more Harlem History, Thank you.