Black History Month Read-In North Carolina State Capitol
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Black History Month Read-In North Carolina State Capitol
Black History Month Read-In
Free  .  Past

Black History Month Read-In

Free  .  Past

Celebrate literature during Black History Month with a Read-In at the State Capitol. Excerpts by authors, musicians, poets, scholars and more will be read for you to enjoy.

"Celebrate literature during Black History Month with a Read-In at the State Capitol! Hear the words and experiences of African Americans echo through a structure built by African Americans for whom it was illegal to read.

Excerpts by authors, musicians, poets, scholars, orators, and more, will be read during the Read-In. This year's theme is "Inspirations of Sound" and will feature musically based readings! This event is FREE and open to the public.

This event is presented by the NC African American Heritage Commission, in partnership with the State Capitol State Historic Site and the State Library of North Carolina."

North Carolina State Capitol and Government & Heritage Library and NC Department of Natural & Cultural Resources

North Carolina State Capitol
1 E Edenton St
Raleigh, NC 27601
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Saturday, February 9th, 1:00p - 4:00p
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