State of Publishing for Black Writers
From the 2018 National Black Writers Conference, authors discussed the state of publishing for black writers.
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Rakia Clark Senior Editor Beacon Press
Linda A. Duggins Director Hachette Book Group->Multicultural Publicity
Chris Jackson Publisher and Editor-in-Chief One World
Jamia Wilson Director and Publisher Feminist Press at CUNY
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