Shaka Senghor: A Conversation, A Book Signing, A Call to Action
Dr. Barbara Ann Teer's
National Black Theatre's
Communication Arts Program Presents
A Conversation, A Book Signing, A Call to Action
March 22, 2016 at 7:00pm
Suggested donation of $10
Join National Black Theatre as we host author Shaka Senghor as he shares excerpts from his latest book Writing My Wrongs Life, Death And Redemption In An American Pr*son.
More On Author:
SHAKA SENGHOR is a writer, mentor, and motivational speaker whose story of redemption has inspired thousands. He is the author of six books, a former Director's Fellow at the MIT Media Lab, a Community Leadership Fellow with the Kellogg Foundation, and the founder of The Atonement Project, which helps victims and violent offenders heal through the power of the arts. He currently serves as the co-founder of #BeyondPrisons, a #cut50 initiative to share the devastating and far-reaching human impacts of the incarceration industry. In addition to serving as a lecturer at the University of Michigan, Shaka speaks regularly at conferences, high schools, prisons, churches, and universities around the country.
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