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Hello 2015!

As 2014 comes to a close, we would just like to thank you for being a part of our community. For raging with us, for rocking out with us, for partnering with us. We are honored to call each and everyone of you family. Now more than ever, we are committed to remaining a safe digital […]

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A Manifesta for Black Feminism(s)

On Saturday October 18th, Brooklyn based arts -organization 651 ARTS, MAPP International and The Brooklyn Museum will present Triple Consciousness, a three part series of public dialogues exploring Black female identity. Curated by Zora friend Ebony Golden, this series promises to serve as “…a platform for creative, visionary, and transformation ideas that support the empowerment and […]

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Zora presents Sistas and the Equinox

A new season means new opportunities, new friendships, and new ideas. In our case, it means new music and new collaborations. So, we’re excited to present our Fall mix, Sistas and the Equinox by DJ Mekeva McNeil of Art on Wax. From new favs like The Internet and Zara McFarlane to funky twists on some of the R&B […]

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ZoraTalks: Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns, and Najaya Royal, Pt. 3

In honor of this year’s Ft. Greene Park Lit Fest, we’re sharing a very special edition of ZoraTalks featuring four dynamic young writers. Last Monday, we had the opportunity to sit down with Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns and Najaya Royal and discuss their budding writing careers, inspirations, and time as participants in the […]

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ZoraTalks: Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns, and Najaya Royal, Pt. 2

In honor of this year’s Ft. Greene Park Lit Fest, we’re sharing a very special edition of ZoraTalks featuring four dynamic young writers. Last Monday, we had the opportunity to sit down with Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns and Najaya Royal and discuss their budding writing careers, inspirations, and time as participants in the […]

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ZoraTalks: Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns, and Najaya Royal

In honor of this year’s Ft. Greene Park Lit Fest, we’re sharing a very special edition of ZoraTalks featuring four dynamic young writers. Last Monday, we had the opportunity to sit down with Samori Covington, Mariah Thomas, Anwen Burns and Najaya Royal and discuss their budding writing careers, inspirations, and time as participants in the […]

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