Welcome to this week's episode, Black Educators: The Poetry Edition. April is National Poetry Month and I love some poetry! So of course, I had to drop a special episode this week. I am joined with @kofiantwi_ . We discuss our joys and struggles of being Black Educators in NYC.
Kofi Antwi, is an African American writer, English professor, and graduate of the Writers Foundry MFA Creative Writing program. He was born in Brooklyn and raised in Staten Island by parents of Ghanaian descent. Kofi’s writing has been published by, Great Weather For Media, Agbowo, No, Dear, NYSAI, Ninalem, and Rigorous. Kattywompus Press published Kofi’s debut poetry chapbook Tidal Wave. Kofi has served as a guest editor of Breadcrumbs Mag, an Assistant Editor at Wisconsin English Journal, Assistant Editor Black Arts Movement Reader, and nominated for Best Poem on The Web by Rise Up.
Make sure to follow Kofi Antwi on instagram @kofiantwi_ to check out Tidal Wave, his book filled with poetry. Let’s share more Black stories. Also, his website www.kofiantwi.net
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