Delano Burrowes is a Brooklyn writer/poet/artist/curator whose work explores how Black, BIPOC, and queer people navigate the in-between spaces of our identities. His writing has been published in The Rumpus, Huffington Post, and other places. In 2019, he co-curated In Contemplation of Freedom, a three part series of community events which brought poetry, visual and performance art, music, conversation and debate to people who have historically been ignored by art institutions. He is the creator of the Great Barrington Project: Unbleaching the Souls of Black Folk, a 2022 multi-city art and discussion experience that asks us all to confront how we see Black people. He is currently working on a memoir about overcoming addiction, shame and internalized racism.
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