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Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer Reading

Neighborhood Heroes: Sterling Allen Brown

Join us to hear E Ethelbert Miller, poet and longtime director of the Afro-American Studies Resource Center at Howard Universtiy, present his research on Sterling Allen Brown, poet, literary critic, and an expert on Southern Black folklore. Brown grew up in Howard County, graduated at the top of his class from Dunbar High School, and taught at Howard for four decades from the 1930s through the 1960s. Mr Miller will bring Brown’s intellectual career and poetic imagination to life as he describes Brown’s involvement with the Harlem Renniassance in Washington, DC. 
Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer Reading

Heroes or Villains?

Do you think you can tell the difference between a hero and a villain? Come hear true stories from the Spy Museum's Dr Vincent Houghton and decide for yourself what heroism means in these real-life situations. 
Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer Reading

Heroes or Villains?

Do you think you can tell the difference between a hero and a villain? Come hear true stories from the Spy Museum's Dr Vincent Houghton and decide for yourself what heroism means in these real-life situations. 
Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer Reading

Heroes or Villains?

Do you think you can tell the difference between a hero and a villain? Come hear true stories from the Spy Museum's Dr Vincent Houghton and decide for yourself what heroism means in these real-life situations. 

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