Working together to advocate for policies and initiatives
that will advance and benefit the latino community.

Event: Greater Boston Writers Resist

Members of Greater Boston’s diverse communities will come together on that day at the iconic Boston Public Library to re-inaugurate our shared commitment to free expression, civil rights, and the values essential to a democracy.

Participants in the program include Rob Arnold, Jabari Asim, Liana Asim, James Carroll, Martha Collins, Chris Cooper, Laura van den Berg, Danielle Legros Georges, Jennifer Haigh, Rachel Kadish, Helen Elaine Lee, Giles Li, Jennifer De Leon, Marianne Leone, Pablo Medina, Alma Richeh, Paul Yoon, young writers from the Greater Boston area, and special guests.

Greater Boston Writers Resist 

January 15, 2017 / 1:30 pm 

Rabb Hall, Boston Public Library 

Entrance at 700 Boylston

The event is free to all. Doors open at 1:00 pm.

You can also connect with the Boston event on Facebook.

Greater Boston Writers Resist is co-sponsored by The Greater Boston Latino Network, PEN New England, Beacon Press, Aforementioned Productions, AGNI, Arrowsmith Press, Black Ocean, Blacksmith House Poetry Series, Boston Review, the Center for Arabic Culture, the City of Boston’s Office of New Bostonians and Office of the Poet Laureate, CONSEQUENCE magazine, Dominican Development Center, Grub Street, Harvard Bookstore, Harvard Review, Louder than a Bomb, Mass LEAP, Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, Memorious, Ploughshares, The Poets’ Theater, PoemWorks, Post Road, Salamander, the UMASS-Boston Creative Writing MFA, and The Critical Flame.

For more information about other WR events visit writersresist.org.