Lunch & Learn — “Roots of African American Culture in Indianapolis”

July 10, 2018

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

IIC Dining Room 1100 W. 42nd St. Indianapolis In 46208

Free

Get a slice of pizza and join Rev. Delores Thornton, curator of July’s Interchurch Art Gallery exhibit, “Red, Black, Green.” Rev. Thornton is a writer, playwright, and publisher who recently received the Pioneer in Literary Arts Award.

Reverend Delores Thornton, an Indianapolis native and lifelong resident, is an Associate Minister of Greater Galilee Institutional MBC (Rev. Dr. E.L. Porter, Sr., Pastor). A member of the African American History Committee Advisory Board of the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library, Thornton is an author, publisher and book promoter. Dubbed the “Queen of Promotion” by C&B Books of New York, she has published six works through her company, Marguerite Press www.margueritepress.org. And, she has also published two other authors, Rev. Joy L. Thornton, and her own Pastor Porter.

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