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The African American Read-In and Black Men Reading Present: Jessica Care Moore

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Author of the best selling poetry collections The Words Don't Fit in My Mouth and The Alphabet Verses The Ghetto, Jessica Care Moore is one of the most celebrated published poets and public speakers of her generation and one of the hottest young book publishers in the country. The CEO of Moore Black Press was awarded a Small Press Award from the African Americans Helping Authors Organization in NYC. Author of the best selling poetry collections The Words Don't Fit in My Mouth and The Alphabet Verses The Ghetto, Jessica Care Moore is one of the most celebrated published poets and public speakers of her generation and one of the hottest young book publishers in the country. The CEO of Moore Black Press was awarded a Small Press Award from the African Americans Helping Authors Organization in NYC.

Jessica Care Moore is known as the dynamic young voice from the Motor City that swept the nationally televised It's Showtime at the Apollo's notoriously tough audiences off their feet, winning a record five consecutive weeks with her powerful lyrics. Moore made history on that stage and is recognized as an Apollo Legend. Moore is the current star, producer and writer of the new poetry and music driven show SPOKEN! on the Black Family Channel operated by CEO Robert Townsend. The show is produced in association with Moore Black Press.

Moore will appear on Wed. Feb. 6, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at NorthPoint Health and Wellness, 1313 Penn Ave. No., Minneapolis (Conference room A); free and open to the public.

For Moore's bio visit http://mooreblackpress.com/jessica.html; for information call 612-626-4780.
 

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