Sunday Service, May 16, 2021

From Hughes to Hip Hop: Hearing Black Poets Then and Now. Speaker: Patricia B. DeBrady, Instructor, School of Continuing Studies Montgomery County Community College.
Our speaker at this service is a Unitarian Universalist, teacher, lover of language, and
proponent of larger, more inclusive national cultural perspectives. She will bring us the
poetry of black Americans from Langston Hughes to some current lyrics found in the
sounds of rap music. It is through this body of poetry that we are informed by and enfolded into lives that have always mattered.

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