Day of the Book – April 20, 2013
JFKU 100 Ellinwood Way, Pleasant Hill, CA
Writing and Self-Publishing as Personal Expressions of Liberation and Autonomy. – K. Tutashinda
During Day of the Book, K Tutashinda focuses on how the Black Arts, Black Power, and Environmental Movements have served as a foundation for the author to use writing and self-publishing as participatory outlets.
K. Tutashinda,D.C., is a Chiropractic Physician, teacher, activist/consultant, and independent scholar. He teaches English in the Mills Upward Bound program and worked with UC Berkeley’s program for twenty-eight years. The author of five books, he owns Imhotep Chiropractic & Wellness Center in Berkeley,CA. and has been in practice since 1989.
$35 with lunch
Faculty, staff, alumnae: $25
Morning events open to the public 10-12
Panel discussion (lunch) 12-1
Literary salon 2-4
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