Afua Cooper At Manchester's Central Library

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An award-winning Afro-Caribbean-Canadian poet & author, Afua Cooper is also Professor of History at Toronto University. She has written extensively about the Black Slave Trade in Canada.

She was chosen by 'Essence' Magazine as one of the twenty-five women who are shaping the world. She has published five collections of poetry, the most recent being 'Copper Woman' (Natural Heritage Books, 2006).

Afua is a riveting and dynamic poet who has performed all over the world.

"...vivid, passionate, sensual and incendiary.....a nourishment for the imagination."
Allan Briesmaster.

THURSDAY  23rd  AUGUST   6.30pm
Reception Room, 2nd Floor, Manchester Central Library.

FREE!   No need to book.

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