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H.R. Webster presents "What Follows" in conversation with Stephanie Barber

H.R. Webster presents "What Follows" in conversation with Stephanie Barber

Tuesday, July 5th 2022
7:00 pm
Red Emma's
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Join Red Emma’s for a lively conversation between poet and abolitionist H.R. Webster and Baltimore-based multidisciplinary artist Stephanie Barber on the world-making potential of art in the fight for abolitionist futures. Webster will also talk about her work with incarcerated poet Demetrius A. Buckley, and will read from his chapbook Here is Home, which recently won the Cave Canem's Toi Derricotte & Cornelius Eady Chapbook Prize.
Anne Elizabeth Moore presents “Gentrifier”

Anne Elizabeth Moore presents “Gentrifier”

Thursday, July 7th 2022
7:00 pm
Red Emma's
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In 2016, a Detroit arts organization grants writer and artist Anne Elizabeth Moore a free house—a room of her own, à la Virginia Woolf—in Detroit’s majority-Bangladeshi “Banglatown.” Accompanied by her cats, Moore moves to the bungalow in her new city where she gardens, befriends the neighborhood youth, and grows to intimately understand civic collapse and community solidarity. When the troubled history of her prize house comes to light, Moore finds her life destabilized by the aftershocks of the housing crisis and governmental corruption.

Location and hours

3128 Greenmount Avenue
Baltimore, MD

Opening Spring 2022

Our old location at 1225 Cathedral St. is open with limited hours (bookstore only).

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Email: info@redemmas.org

Phone: (410) 601-3072

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