Event Photo Well-Read Black Girl Festival

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Sat, Sept 9


Co-presented by 651 ARTS and BRIC, in partnership with I, Too Arts Collective and PEN America

BRIC Arts & Media House

647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Well-Read Black Girl Festival

Well-Read Black Girl (WRBG) is a thriving, real and online community of 50,000+ passionate readers who will convene for the first time on September 9, 2017, at the inaugural Well-Read Black Girl Festival in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Over 250 Black women from across the country will be in attendance—confirmed speakers include Marita Golden, Naomi Jackson, Lesley Nneka Arimah, Ashley C. Ford, and Jenna Wortham. More than 30 authors will join us for a full day of workshops & panels. 

Click here to learn more about speakers and sponsors and to get the full day’s schedule.

Join the conversation and get a glimpse of the Festival online: #WRBG #WellReadBlackGirl #WRBGFest

Co-presented by 651 ARTS and BRIC, in partnership with I, Too Arts Collective and PEN America.

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