November Featured Cases: Honoring the Day of the Imprisoned Writer
PEN American Center honors the Day of the Imprisoned Writer on November 15 by featuring three cases from around the world that represent the dire situation imprisoned writers face. More
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Books can help families initiate conversations about race and racism with young children. @Bookshop_Org has compiled a reading list of anti-racist kids' books with all proceeds this month going to @Blklivesmatter: https://bit.ly/2Y0rcD0.
"I know the heartbeat of antiracism is confession." Here's our #PENTen interview with @DrIbram when HOW TO BE AN ANTI-RACIST was published. We talk about identity in writing, how writers can affect resistance movements, and more: https://bit.ly/2zTY0p3.
Follow Black voices: Here are a few journos, activists, writers, academics: