is celebrated, documented and archived through publications, professional
development trainings/opportunities, and public presentations.
More on the Minnesota Regenerative Publishing Project
The Publishing Project’s Purpose was to plan how to consistently publish and distribute the stories of Minnesotans of African descent and their community knowledge on a consistent basis. A group of over 20 inter-generational consultants from throughout the community came together to discuss strategies to fulfill this purpose. One key idea was to create an institution that could support the publishing arts professions and industry within the African-American, Black or African heritage community in Minnesota. This support would include 1) accesing the funds from the State, foundations, other grant living organizations and social enterprising efforts to support publishing initiatives, 2) creating databases of works created by Blacks in Minnesota and of Black publishing professionals and 3) provide opportunities for publishing artist to enhance their skills and knowledge in their areas of interest.
Rekhet Si-Asar, Ed.S, MA
Rekhet was a publisher at Papyrus Publishing Inc., Brooklyn Park MN before coming to In Black Ink. She is a school psychologist for the Minneapolis Public Schools and is a volunteer coordinator/instructor at the Imhotep Science Acedemy, K-8 Cultural STEM program in St.Paul, MN. She currently is the Board chair for the Cultural Wellness Center in Minneapolis, MN. She is married and has three children and is a fashion illustrator and designer. Rekhet comes to Minnesota via Brooklyn, New York and Georgetown, Guyana her birthplace.
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