Author Presentations - author interviews and panel discussions with attendees Q&A.
Live streaming - We will be streaming live on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube (@IABXAuthor)
Giveaways - Prizes and surprises
Entertainment - Live Poetry, Music by Niomie Luvv
Children's Corner - Live Author Readings, activities for children.
Meet The Authors
Esma Ashraf has a Master’s degree from New York University in Clinical Social Work. She is bilingual and have been writing poems in Urdu and English language since many years. Her Urdu poems have been published in International Newspaper and were distributed among boroughs of NYC, NJ and DC.
Nye-Cye Wells is a teen author who used her funny experiences in high school to self publish her first book titled “MOOD” when she was 16 years old. She writes non-fiction books, but loves to write fiction as well.
Dr. Cadmus Hull
Dr. Hull earned an Associate Degree in Education from Cumberland County College and both a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree from Glassboro State College, now Rowan University. His educational path led him to Nova University where he achieved his ultimate goal of a Doctorate Degree in School Leadership.
The Black History Bowl "2020" Hindsight Vision African American History Matters: It Is American History
“Where would we be without Black People?” In 1915, Dr. Carter G. Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History located in Washington, D.C. Realizing the importance of the contributions of Black Americans to the foundation and formation of American history, and in some cases, World history, Woodson created Negro History Week in 1926.
Reconciliation: The Path to Inner Peace
Today’s world is in a state of heightened turbulence. Destruction, disease, evil, injustice, moral decadence, pollution, war and violence are raging in all corners of the planet. Most of its human population experiences a growing scarcity in material resources, while a small group of individuals appropriates too much of its natural wealth.