Celebrate African-American literature in poetry, story, and song, performed by local luminaries in conjunction with the 28th Annual National African-American Read-In. This event is free and open to the public.
Readers and Performers (subject to change)
Marcia H. Goodwin
Director of the City of Orlando’s Office of Community Affairs & Human Relations
LaFontaine E. Oliver
President & General Manager of Central Florida Public Radio 90.7 WMFE
Orisirisi African Folklore
Musician, dancer, singer, and storyteller Adetutu “Tutu” Harrell and music scholar Don Harrell
See highlights from the 2017 African American Read-In:
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Directions & Parking Information
Traveling East on I-4, take the South Street exit (82B), turn right on Central Blvd and the library will be on your left in 0.6 miles. Traveling West on I-4, take exit 84 for US-17/US-92, turn left onto US-17 N/US-92 E/W Colonial Dr, turn right onto N Orange Ave for 0.8 miles, then turn left onto E. Central Blvd and the library will be on your left.