The Free Black Women’s Library 2022 Reading Challenge Video Series Featuring Anthony Boynton (he/him & they/them) reading from An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon 
Watch live via Instagram, @kuetcwge 
Co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs 

The Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are continuing to partner in uplifting the voices of Black women, femme, and nonbinary writers by inviting Black women, femme, and nonbinary KU students to participate in The Free Black Women's Library (TFBWL) annual reading challenge.

ETCWGE and OMA will give away one FREE copy of the book featured in the video to a KU student who engages with the program by liking or commenting during the live reading.

Catch up on past installments of our TFBWL Reading Challenge Video Series on YouTube:

The Free Black Women’s Library is a social art project, interactive installation and book collection that celebrates the brilliance, diversity and imagination of Black women writers. The library features four thousand books written by Black women, as well as workshops, readings, story circles, performances, cultural conversations and a monthly reading club.

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