Summer 2017: Sat. August 26, 7:45 - FEATURED POET at
GERMANTOWN STREET MOVIES hosted by Scribe Video Center & Kelly Green Project,
John B. Kelly Schoolyard, Hansberry & Morris
Spring 2017 Highlights:
Guest Poet, David Driskell Gallery, University of Maryland: Opening Event for "Shifting: African-American Women and the Power of their Gaze"
Fall 2016: BRIEF EVIDENCE AT THE COLORED GIRLS’ MUSEUM
An excerpt from the poem “Five Married Days, Five Dreams” hung in “The Dream Space” at The Colored Girl’s Museum in Philadelphia. “The Dream Space” --curated by fabric artist Betty Leacraft-- was part of TCGM’s “A Good Night’s Sleep” exhibit. Located in Nzadi’s neighborhood of Germantown, The Colored Girls’ Museum is a unique home museum that “honors the stories, experiences and history of Colored Girls.”
Sat. April 23, 2-4 p.m.
Anacostia Community Museum
1901 Fort Place SE
Washington, DC 20020
Sun. April 24, 6:30-8
with Susan Landers
4708 Baltimore Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19143
Thurs. April 28, 7:30 pm
Celebrating Poet Lore Journal with Bruce Weigl
The Writer's Center
4508 Walsh St
Chevy Chase, MD
June 2015: A copy of Brief Evidence of Heaven appears in the annual Poetry Showcase in New York City at Poets’ House, a display of over 3,000 independent press poetry collections published in 2014.
May 2015: Brief Evidence of Heaven: Poems from the life of Anna Murray Douglass is one of three finalists for the Phillis Wheatley Award from Quarterly Black Review of Books!
March 2015: At a reception hosted by the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives, an organization devoted to public education and activism against human trafficking, Nzadi reads from Brief Evidence of Heaven and meets two Douglass descendants, FDFI founder/chairwoman Nettie Washington Douglass, and president Kenneth Morris.
M. Nzadi Keita, Nettie Washington Douglass (great-great-granddaughter of Frederick and Anna Murray Douglass), and Ms. Kujichagulia in Atlanta.
Dec. 2014: The poem, “Fourth” from the “Spirit Letters” series in Brief Evidence of Heaven, appears in The Moonstone Anthology: Featured Poets (Moonstone Arts Center Press).
Nov. 2014: An elegy, “What Is Left” airs Nov. 17 -30, 2014 on The Feminist Wire Online Forum honoring Toni Cade Bambara. The poem first appeared in Beyond the Frontier: African-American Poetry in the 21st Century (Black Classics Press).
Meeting Dr. Deborah Willis with Dr. Damaris Hill
Hanging out with Theodore Harris, collagist/cover artist for Brief Evidence
Did Anna Sit Here?At Cedar Hill in D .C, the last home of the Douglasses.