Aspiring Writers

One on One with

Frederick Alexander Meade


Date:                  July 30th 2011

Time:                 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Location:          Wisconsin Black Historical  Society/ Museum
                              2620 West Center Street, Milwaukee, WI 53206

Phone:               414-372-7677     


Mr. Meade will visit Milwaukee to work with aspiring writers

Please encourage all writers to attend and meet with Mr. Meade to learn more about writing as he shares his experiences and provides advice regarding the field.

Writing Seminar

Session I:   The Power of the Written Word  

Session II:  The Field of Journalism (How to get published, working with editors etc…)

About Our Guest:

Frederick Alexander Meade is one of today’s most compelling social and political commentators…

A gifted orator, he is a powerful mix of prophet, freedom fighter, and historian. He travels extensively, addressing topics of national and global significance. A fearless challenger of the status quo, Frederick Alexander Meade is one of the most provocative intellectuals in the public arena.

Mr. Meade’s critical analyses expose the institutional structures that serve as impediments to the welfare of those who comprise the African diaspora. He courageously pronounces the truth he discerns and makes no apologies for the positions he assumes in providing impassioned orations designed to empower the masses.

Frederick Alexander Meade is a syndicated columnist currently residing in Atlanta Georgia, providing analysis on social and political matters.

He is a contributor to Black Star News, The Afro American, The Michigan Chronicle, Race-Talk Blog Magazine and Press TV among many other news media outlets around the world. His work has also been featured in The Huffington Post.

Meade a NNPA (National Newspaper Publishers Association) Special Correspondent has been acknowledged for his unwavering stance in advocating for social and political truths.

He can be heard on Milwaukee’s 1290 WMCS “The Evening Rush Show” hosted by Earl Ingram Jr. every Monday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Central Time during the hour segment, “Mondays with Meade.”

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