Erasures, White Shame: We Need to Talk

Erasures, White Shame: We Need to Talk. An AWP 2018 panel presented in Tampa, FL, on Friday, March 9, 2018, moderated by Natalia Treviño. Thank you everyone for us for this very necessary conversation. I’d like to begin by introducing all of our panel members, sharing some opening thoughts, my questions, and then asking each

AWP 18 Round-Up: Aggarwal, Morris, & The White Shame Panel

Some Notes and Reflections on AWP, Tampa from Vidhu Aggarwal, Tracie Morris, Natalia Treviño, Ching-In Chen, LeeAnne Howe, Rita Dove and Wendy Barker. Notes from the Swamp  Reflections on AWP 2018 by Vidhu Aggarwal There was talk at AWP: why Tampa, Florida? Driving down from Orlando, I am part of the I-4 corridor–a strip of freeway

Culturally Responsive Teacher Institute–Sept 8

  Kore Press Offers A Teacher Institute on Culturally Responsive Pedagogy { for librarians and educators } Thursday, June 7, 2018–SOLD OUT Next offering of this Institute will be Saturday, Sept 8, 2018, so folks who are interested will have another opportunity to attend. Hosted by City Center for Collaborative Learning The day-long institute includes a morning and

Letters to the Future: A Multi-Media Salon

Tuesday, April 24, 5:30-7pm, at The Dunbar Pavilion on the second floor in room 210, Kore Press hosts an interactive, muti-media salon on Letters to the Future: Black Women / Radical Writing, led by Dr Stephanie Troutman. The salon will walk us through some of the images and visually-driven works in the book edited by Erica

Kore Press’ New Home at The Dunbar Pavilion

As of April 1, 2018, Kore Press’ new home will be inside The Dunbar Pavilion: An African-American Arts and Culture Center at 325 W. Second St. in Tucson. We are so thrilled and honored to align our work of keeping marginalized voices at the center with the Dunbar revitalization project, and to work with the

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