The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series in conjunction with the Bermont Fellowship for Fiction and Nonfiction, Rogers Free Library, the Jane Bodell Endowment, and the Anthony Quinn Foundation presents, novelist, Calvin Baker, Monday, April 3, 2023, 7 pm at the Rogers Free Library in Bristol, Rhode Island.
Calvin Baker is an American novelist, educator, essayist, and editor who has chronicled the African-American experience from the colonial era to the present, centering the Black voice and perspective within the context of trans-Atlantic history.
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