Pitts-Wiley to bring ‘REFLECTIONS: Growing up a Black Man in America’

The African-American community is a sacred place, but it’s not a secret space.

This is what has inspired Rhode Island author and director Ricardo Pitts-Wiley to use stories, poetry and music to highlight the delicate and dangerous terrain that African-American men must navigate in their daily life. It is a life that is full of music, love and laughter set against a backdrop of daily struggles for survival, and it is a life that Pitts-Wiley wants to share with the Community College of Rhode Island.

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Last Updated: 3/3/17