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Letters to the Future Launch, Salon & Exhibit: Oct 11

Tucson Book launch for Letters to the Future Thursday, October 11, 6pm, at Tucson Museum of Art Readings by Dawn Lundy Martin, Erica Hunt, Ruth Ellen Kocher and giovanni singleton; book signing, and free gallery viewing. The launch coincides with a micro-exhibition of visual, textual & audio works from the anthology in TMA’s community gallery (up

Culturally Responsive Teacher Institute II: Sept 29

Kore Press’ Teacher Institute II: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy { for librarians, educators, organizers, community workers } Saturday, Sept 29, 2018, 8:30-4:30pm, is the second offering of this amazing Institute. The day-long institute includes a content-rich, experiential morning and afternoon session, with breakfast / beverages, and a 50% discount on the anthology Letters to the Future: Black Women

Erasures, White Shame Salon: Sept 12

Erasures, White Shame Salon Wed, Sept 12, 5:30-7:30 As part of the Kore Institute Salon Series at the Dunbar, please join us for an informal evening of food, community and conversation with writers TC Tolbert, Addie Tsai and Farid Matuk. While interrogating whiteness, this discussion will also range across questions of how we imagine social responsibility,

Aging, Sexual Currency, and the Midlife Crisis

Aging, Sexual Currency, and the Midlife Crisis by Anne Liu Kellor I used to want to be invisible. Or rather, I didn’t want to be seen primarily for my face and body. By the end of high school, I’d had enough of that preoccupation. Like many young women I obsessed daily in front of a

Asylum / Radical Hope Salon: June 8

Asylum / Radical Hope Salon with Shefali Desai In the next installment of Kore’s new salon series,gender asylum lawyer and writer Shefali Desai will explore her personal-as-political journey, the lived reality of gender-based asylum claims in the United States, why constitutional cities are crucial to democracy, and the idea of radical hope not only as