What does it mean to be a Black teenager in the United States? This collection, curated and edited by young adult author Ibi Zoboi, is a varied, polyphonic exploration of the Black experience. These nuanced and thought-provoking stories, written by bestselling and emerging African American authors, demonstrate that there are countless ways to be Black enough. Join Ibi Zoboi, a National Book Award Finalist, in conversation with D.C. based YA authors. Ages 14 and up. Ibi Zoboi will be in conversation with Jason Reynolds, Leah Henderson and Renee Watson. This conversation will be moderated by Elizabeth Acevedo.
This event is free to attend with no reservation required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Click here for more information.
Politics and Prose at Union Market: 1270 5th St NE Washington, DC 20002