⭐ YA Writer's Live! Black Lives Matter Edition: Meet Kim Johnson, Author of 'This Is My America' (Enoch Pratt Library) - VIRTUAL - Montgomery Blair High School PTSA

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⭐ YA Writer’s Live! Black Lives Matter Edition: Meet Kim Johnson, Author of ‘This Is My America’ (Enoch Pratt Library) – VIRTUAL

September 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm




Join us for a “Black Lives Matter” Edition of Young Adult Writer’s Live! as we talk with Kim Johnson, author of the debut novel, “This is My America“!

You don’t want to miss this!
Click here to join us!  Password: 928772

For questions or concerns please email LMilton@prattlibrary.org

Kim Johnson held held leadership positions in social justice organizations as a teen and in college. She’s now a college administrator who maintains civic engagement throughout the community while also mentoring Black student activists and leaders.




Enoch Pratt Library
(410) 396-0946