International Black Writers and Artists, Inc.

Langston Hughes

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International Black Writers
and Artists, Inc.

Zora Neale Hurston

IBWA has, since 1974, served the community through motivating, inspiring and supporting writers and artists.
Since then, it is a consistent source of information and resources as well as providing
cultural outlets, scholarships, publishing opportunities and more.

Mission Statement
IBWA/LA is devoted to fulfilling the need for information, resources and services locally and abroad to those
who value the unique contributions of writers and artists among the diaspora. Our vision is to expose and
recognize writers and artists of color to ensure we are published, read, seen and sought as a
viable pool of talent - nationally and internationally.

Order your copy of

River Crossings:
Voices of the Diaspora
(Poetry and Short Stories)

Send a check or money order for $14.95 plus $2.00 for shipping and handling to:

Post Office Box 43576
Los Angeles, CA 90043, U.S.A.

For more information: (213) 964-3721

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1998 International Black Writers & Artists/Los Angeles