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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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