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Speaker Program: Tamara Winfrey-Harris at Indy Reads

March 29, 2023
7:30 PM- 9:30 pm ET

Indy Reads
1066 Virginia Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46203

Tamara Winfrey-Harris will speak at 7:30 P.m. et on March 29 at Indy Reads.

Indy Reads is delighted to celebrate Women’s History Month with Tamara Winfrey-Harris on March 29th. The conversation with the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award honoree is part of the Indiana Authors Awards Speaker Program, powered by Indiana Humanities and made possible through the generosity of Glick Philanthropies.

This reading and discussion are suitable for all ages. Signed copies of the books will be available to purchase.

Tamara Winfrey-Harris is a writer who specializes in the ever-evolving space where current events, politics, and pop culture intersect with race and gender. She is the author of Dear Black Girl and The Sister Are Alright. Winfrey-Harris’ writing can be found in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, and The Los Angeles Times. Her essays have also been anthologized in The Lemonade Reader: Beyonce, Black Feminism and Spirituality (Routledge, 2019); The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery (Wayne State University Press, 2018); Black in the Middle: An Anthology of the Black Midwest (Black Belt Publishing, 2020); and others. Winfrey-Harris graduated with a BA degree from the Greenlee School of Journalism at Iowa State University, and is a native of Gary, IN. Learn more at