Excerpt: Angels Meet in the Devil's Triangle – An Angels Respite Series
Port of Harlem contributor EJ Brock just released her latest spiritual paranormal saga, "Angels Meet in the Devil's Triangle - An Angels Respite Series." Unlike her Port of Harlem articles, her novels are fiction with her more familiar spiritual twist. This her 45th release. Here is a free excerpt.
Bars and Measures Coming to Mosaic Theater – Win Free Tickets
The play centers on brothers Eric, a classical pianist, and Bilal, a jazz musician, separated by prison bars. Their visitations are full of music–making that bridges the physical and emotional distance between them.
Win tickets to see the play. We will randomly select a winner for two tickets Monday, January 16.
The Kaya Girl
Abena learns about the social distance between kaya girls and students. She learns about the prevalence of stereotypes against people from the northern parts and issues of child labor, especially with kayayes. All fans of young adult literature and adults interested in learning more about Ghana are encouraged to read The Kaya Girl.
Take a short, informative Glaucoma awareness test; see King Day observations; under Human Diversity, see a video talk with POH publisher's uncle who farms land once farmed by their former enslaved ancestor; OSHUN opens at the Kennedy Center; and The California Task Force to Study Reparations for African Americans meet January 27–28. Photo: Martin Luther King, Jr statue, Imo State, Nigeria.
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