Writing Workshop at Harrison Center July 27


On July 27, and author Eunice Trotter will lead a workshop at the Harrison Center about incorporating history into your writing. Interested? Please RSVP to mmiller@harrisoncenter.org
See: https://www.harrisoncenter.org/

By the way, Eunice Trotter has been recognized by the Center as a “Greatriarch!”

Eunice Trotter

Eunice came from a pioneer Black family with roots in Indiana dating back to the 1790s. She began working at The Indianapolis Recorder during her high school years and in 1987 purchased controlling interest in that newspaper (one of the oldest African American newspapers in the country). She was the first African American editor at The Indianapolis Star and held editing and reporting positions at several other newspapers, including The New York Post, Florida Today, the Palm Beach Post, and the Lafayette Journal and Courier. Her prolific career includes numerous reporting and writing accolades including the Indiana Historical Society’s Dorothy Riker Historian Award. In 2017, she was inducted into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. She recently published her first book, “Black in Indiana,” which received a first-place award from the Indiana Press Women’s Club. The book also placed first in the 2021 Federation of Press Women’s competition. Trotter has made an incredible mark on her community with a reach that goes beyond her neighborhood and into the world of journalism.”

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