Written in Invisible Ink
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The great Toni Morrison stated “Our hidden or censored story is as if the whole universe was being described in invisible ink.” Despite being present in this nation prior to many others who have migrated to the shore of these United States, people of African descent are still not fully integrated into the story of this nation. Their story is often told by others, from a second and third-person perspective. We know stories humanize us, so telling our own story is not only healing, but necessary.
Join us to learn more about the work of In Black Ink. As part of their work, In Black Ink is charged with reweaving the fabric of the Minnesota narrative to include authentic stories of people of African descent. This program is funded by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
This is an online class offered remotely using Zoom communication software. Register online or by phone: 651-724-6001 (press #2).
You must provide a valid email address to participate. After registration, participants will receive an email from the library prior to class with additional instructions including a link (or URL) that will be used as an invitation to enter the online class.