Leigh Ryan Presents at Takoma Park Arts and Humanities Commission, Among Other News

May 4, 2016
As part of the Takoma Park Arts and Humanities Commission, Leigh Ryan and Rev. L Jerome Fowler presented “Under His Voice: The Local Legacy of Chaplain Henry Vinton Plummer” for Black History Month.  A former slave, Plummer was the first African American chaplain in the US Regular Army.
Along with former Writing Center tutors Lena Stypeck and Abby Shantzis, Leigh Ryan presented “Can Everyone Say Community?: Collaborating to Establish an Inner-city Baltimore High School Writing Center” at the Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association conference in Philadelphia in March.