A Literary Salon: A Lived Experience with Sojourner Kincaid Rolle

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A Literary Salon: A Lived Experience with Sojourner Kincaid Rolle

Presented by Santa Barbara Women’s Literary Voices and Santa Barbara Historical Museum

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Santa Barbara Historical Museum 136 East de la Guerra Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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Join us in the historic Covarrubias Adobe for happy hour and an opportunity to hear from Sojourner Kincaid Rolle on her most recent book, Free at Last, a Juneteenth Poem. This lyrical celebration of Juneteenth, deeply rooted in Black American history, spans centuries and reverberates loudly and proudly today.

Kincaid Rolle, former Poet Laureate of Santa Barbara from 2015 to 2017, is a poet, playwright, environmental educator, and peace activist. She is known for her work raising awareness of BIPOC history.

There will also be a drawing for a gift basket with proceeds going towards Voices scholarships.

The mission of Women’s Literary Voices Santa Barbara is to present the work of contemporary female authors from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences through salons, storytelling, and discussions that celebrate diversity, literacy, community, and social justice.

The mission of the Museum is to inspire meaningful connections to Santa Barbara history.

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