Two writers covering mass incarceration from two different local angles were honored by the Pulitzer Prize committee. We explore the work of Tim Eberly and James Forman, Jr.
E. Ethelbert Miller has been called “a Washington institution.” A poet, professor, mentor, and self-declared “literary activist,” Miller is a vibrant and permanent presence on DC’s arts scene. He joins us to talk about his latest work — a second memoir — that provides an intimate look at how we measure life’s successes and failures.
- E. Ethelbert Miller Poet, Director of the African American Resource Center at Howard University, and author of "How We Sleep On The Nights We Don't Make Love"
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