Thanks to the kind people at the association for the study of African American life & history –ASALH, for sharing these tickets to ” the Heroine Poetry Slam, Sunday march 25, 7:30 – 11, at the Detroit historical museum, hosted by t. miller.
These tickets were sponsored by The Detroit Association of Black Women’s Club Inc. A lot of people don’t know but our city houses on of the oldest black women’s association in the nation. For more information, please call (313) 873-1727. They are located on 5461 Brush St., Detroit, MI, 48202.
Hence Motown Writers Network would like to donate them to the 1st person to make a comment at the end of this post that highlights Poetess Natasha Miller on the Motown writers network website on today.
Nobody big:star of a sprite commercial, author and traveling poet. Glory to God at all times. Lesbian activist, humbled often.
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Coming out Of Nowhere by Natasha Renna Miller (Nov 19, 2011)
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