Frederick Joseph in Conversation with Danté Stewart
- May 18, 2022
The author of Patriarchy Blues comes to DC on Sun., May 22nd, at 5 p.m.!
Watch the livestream of this event here!
Written in Joseph’s unique voice, with an intelligence and raw honesty that demonstrates both his vulnerability and compassion, Patriarchy Blues forces us to consider the joys, pains, and destructive nature of manhood and the stereotypes it engenders.
About the author: Frederick Joseph is the New York Times bestselling author of The Black Friend, and an award-winning marketing professional and media representation advocate recently selected for the Forbes Under 30 List. He’s also the winner of the 2018 Comic-Con Humanitarian of the Year Award and a member of the 2018 Root 100 List of Most Influential African Americans. He was the sole creator of the largest GoFundMe campaign in history, the #BlackPantherChallenge, which ultimately generated over $43 million in earned advertising and media for Disney and raised over $950K and allowed more than 75,000 children worldwide to see "Black Panther" for free. He is also the creator of the largest individual covid-19 support effort, the #RentRelief campaign, which has raised over $2 million.
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