The Center for Black Literature (CBL) is a nonprofit cultural organization that expands the public’s knowledge of Black literature by people of the African Diaspora.  It continues the tradition and legacy of the National Black Writers Conference andoffers literary programs and workshops for the public, students, teachers, writers, and artists.  Through its culturally and literary enriched Killens Reading Series, Re-Envisioning Our Lives through Literature Project, Writers on Writing Radio Program, Wild Seeds Writers Retreat, Dr. Edith Rock Elder African American Writers Workshop,  and Online Book Club, CBL accomplishes its goal to support and nurture a cross-generation of readers and writers. The Center also publishes the Killens Journal Review of Arts and Letters and Tales of Our Times.  We rely on donations to carry out our mission and programs.  Will you give today?