Busboys and Poets will be hosting the founder/editor of the Ghion Journal as a featured author on February 11th at their 5th and K Street NW location. Busboys and Poets is an iconic bookstore and cafe named in the honor of legendary poet and visionary writer Langston Hughes. The event will be a community discussion about “race and identity in America”, a timely topic given that February is “Black History Month’.
This will be a most unique presentation of how we as individuals and as society view ourselves and delves into a broader discussion about the intersection of history, culture and politics. Stay tuned, more details to come. You can RSVP by clicking HERE or by clicking on the picture below so that you can be apprised of the latest developments and find out the full details of the event on a real time basis. For more details or for press inquiries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a community event that is free and open to all, we highly encourage an advance RSVP to ensure seating. You can see the event link at Busboys and Poets website by clicking HERE. Find out about Teodrose Fikre and the work he is doing at the Ghion Journal viewing the video below the event flyer.
Meet the Founder and Editor of the Ghion Journal