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African Americans & The Arts

February 24 @ 6:00 pm


The Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center Invites you to come celebrate with us in meeting distinguished Author, Radio Host and Community Activist, Art McKoy.

Mr. Art McKoy share his personal journey, from the horrors he experienced in the Vietnam war, then his challenges upon returning to civilian life, the struggles of loss and addiction, the impact of systemic issues of “Black on Black” crime and police brutality and lastly, his life-long passion in fighting for positive changes in his community. 

This intimate and informal “Meet & Greet” session with Mr. McKoy will include enjoying some New Orleans-style Gumbo and rice.

His book ““Surviving To Serve” “is a testament to Art McKoy’s indomitable spirit and his relentless pursuit of justice. This memoir serves as a call to action, inspiring readers to confront societal injustices and actively work towards creating a more equitable and compassionate world. Through Art’s story, readers will be moved, challenged, and ultimately empowered to make a lasting impact in their own communities.”

Mr. McKoy will be available for a book-signing, with books available for purchase.

This event is free. As a non-profit organization, The Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center is run entirely by volunteers. Supporting our vision and mission statements by donations is always welcomed.


Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center
817 Harmon St.
Findlay, OH United States
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