Moonstone Arts Center

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of Charlotte Forten’s death, Moonstone’s Hidden History Project presents a city wide festival on her life and work. Charlotte Forten was a teacher who participated in the Abolitionist Movement and the Port Royal Experiment, one of the first attempts at mass education.

We will explore five major themes with panels:

  • Charlotte Forten’s life and how it reflects the African American Women’s Experience
  • Charlotte Forten’s Journal and the tradition of African American Women Writers
  • Education and the African American Experience
  • Contemporary Education Policy Debate
  • Education and African American Organized Religion

18th Annual POETRY INK

18th Annual Poetry Ink:
100 Poets Reading

Sunday, April 6 2014 @ Noon
Levitt Auditorium, Gershman Y,
Broad & Pine Streets

Poetry Ink is an open, festive, participatory community event. Please invite your friends and feel free to pass this information along to any other poets & writers that you think might be interested in participating.
Everyone is invited to participate!

Moonstone Publishing

Moonstone Arts Center would like to announce the launch of Moonstone Publishing. Our vision is to assist Philadelphia area poets in publishing books and chapbooks in various sizes and quantities. Contact us at 215-735-9600 for more information.

Our first publication is Haitian Mud Pies and Other Poems by Charles S. Carr.

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