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Writing The Black Narrative: How To Tell Your Cultural Story – North York Central Library Toronto”

All of my visits to Toronto, Ontario, Canada have been very rewarding.

On the afternoon of February 2, 2019, I was invited to put together a presentation, facilitate a panel discussion and bring my talents and expertise to North York Central Library in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, were my company ElevatedWaves Publishing and I collaborated with Kya Publishing for “Writing The Black Narrative: How To Tell Your Cultural Story” Black History Month Event.

I would like to thank the city of Toronto, Kya Publishing, North York Central Library, event attendees, and our amazing authors and panelists Stacey Ann Berry , Kamilah Haywood , Selwyn Jeffers , and Angelot Ndongmo , for welcoming us back to Toronto again and for trusting us with the implementation and execution of this event. We look forward to returning to Toronto again soon.

“BigUp”

VIBE105TO

An Exclusive from me on Black History on the #VibeDrive with @iamchrisdubbs @vibe105to and @kyapublishing who covered our Black Writer’s Event that had taken place at North York Central Library.

(Video via @kyapublishing : ELEVATED WAVES IN TORONTO 📚 Cleveland-based writer Jameel Davis @CultivatingMinds_of @ElevatedWaves Publishing is in Toronto for Saturday’s #WritingWorkshop. This evening we visited @VIBE105to for some #ReggaeMonth musical vibes with host @iAmChrisDubbs, and also spoke about the workshop taking place at @TorontoLibrary (North York Central) at 1pm.

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