The Town Hall Presents Century of Story and Song: Mama Phife Represents with Cheryl Boyce- Taylor and Steven G. Fullwood

Trinidadian-born, Queens-raised poet Cheryl Boyce-Taylor is the mother of the late Phife Dawg (1970-2016), founding member of the multi-platinum hip-hop group, A Tribe Called Quest. Boyce-Taylor’s new book, Mama Phife Represents, is a mother’s grief diary filled with poems, remembrances, and snapshots of Phife’s life as a child into adulthood — in their collective words.

Join the Town Hall for a brilliant reading and heartfelt discussion about motherhood, grieving and rejuvenation with Boyce-Taylor and her friend, Steven G Fullwood, writer, archivist and publisher of her 2005 book, Convincing the Body (2005).

April 13, 2021
7:00 PM
The Town Hall
Save to Calendar 2021-04-13 19:00:00 2021-04-13 19:00:00 America/New_York Mama Phife Represents Trinidadian-born, Queens-raised poet Cheryl Boyce-Taylor is the mother of the late Phife Dawg (1970-2016), founding member of the multi-platinum hip-hop group, A Tribe Called Quest. Boyce-Taylor’s new book, /Mama Phife Represents/, is a mother’s grief diary filled with poems, remembrances, and snapshots of Phife’s life as a child into adulthood — in their collective words. Join the Town Hall for a brilliant reading and heartfelt discussion about motherhood, grieving and rejuvenation with Boyce-Taylor and her friend, Steven G Fullwood, writer, archivist and publisher of her 2005 book, /Convincing the Body/ (2005). New York The Town Hall
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