Francisco-Luis White

is creating Poetry, Storytelling as Healing and Resistance Praxis

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Francisco-Luis White is an Afro-Latinx poet and storyteller residing in the District of Columbia. White released Found Them in May 2016, a self-published chapbook of seventeen poems dealing with transition. White has presented at OutWrite, Fire & Ink: Witness - A Conference for LGBTQ Writers of African Descent, Carolina Conference on Queer Youth, and the United States Conference on AIDS in 2015. They will be a keynote speaker at the 2017 Northeast Queer and Trans POC Conference, at Princeton. They've been recognized by National Black Justice Coalition as an LGBTQ Emerging Leader to Watch. In 2013, they were endorsed by Jill Stein and the Massachusetts Green Party as a candidate for Boston City Council.
The poet has featured at Busboys & Poets (Sparkle), the You Can't Kill A Poet Reading Series in Philadelphia, and various venues. White has a collection of poetry forthcoming from Brooklyn-based indie publisher Indolent Books.
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