Berkeley College Student Delivers Spoken Word at Harlem Fine Arts Show in White Plains, NY

 
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BERKELEY COLLEGE STUDENT DELIVERS SPOKEN WORD AT HARLEM FINE ARTS SHOW IN WHITE PLAINS, NY

 

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Photo Caption: Curtis McAllister, Berkeley College student, presented his original poem, “Black men like me,” for the spoken word segment of the Harlem Fine Arts Show at the Reckson Metro Center in White Plains, NY, on March 28, 2019. After he wrote it, Mr. McAllister reflected that the poem was truly a view of his self and that it represents his message as a person. “What I stand for as a person – not only as someone who is black – is breaking out of molds, and becoming the best version of me,” he said.  To read the poem “Black men like me” in its entirety, click here.

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