March 15, 2012-(Chicago, Il)- Terry Angel Mason, one of the world's most beloved LGBT speakers, authors and columnists of our time, is set to make a special appearance at Harold Washington College to discuss his latest book, "They Say That I Am Broken, and will engage in a lively discussion addressing the global issues and concerns affecting the LGBT community.
Mr. Mason will share excerpts and stories from his Pulitzer Prize Nominated book Love Won't Let Me Be Silent and his new literary release, They Say I am Broken. He will also participate in a Q & A answer session concerning LGBT issues and his books after his lecture.
Sponsored by the Harold Washington Pride Club in collaboration with the Inspired Creative Expression Club, the discussion and book signing is free to the public, and will take place on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 from 2:00-3:30 pm at Harold Washington College, located at 30 East Lake Street, Room 103, Chicago, Illinois 60601.
Mason, a Pulitzer Prize nominated author and HIV activist was recently named the spokesperson for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2012, and is the recipient of numerous awards, and commendations from California mayors Jerry Sanders, and John J. Duran for his achievements in HIV/AIDS prevention.
A minister and global hero, Angel Mason has been garnering local and national praise for his latest literary release titled, They Say That I Am Broken, a powerful book aimed at spreading truth about the dangers and consequences of homophobia, hate, and inequality.
Mason's books have touched millions of lives and have been submitted for a Pulitzer Prize and numerous awards, including the Lambda Literary Award and the Stonewall Awards.
Mason's latest, highly anticipated release, They Say That I Am Broken is a gripping page-turner that deals with a plethora of issues affecting Same-Gender-Loving community, including homophobia in the Black Church, HIV, DADT (Don't Ask Don't Tell), marriage equality, homeless gay children, and more.
They Say That I Am Broken also features captivating articles about CNN anchor and author Don Lemon, The Los Angeles Lakers' basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, and much more. The book is poised to gain worldwide recognition as it affirms God's love for all people, and eloquently dissects race, religion and homosexuality through empowering essays, poems and stories.
They Say That I Am Broken will be available for purchase at the event on CD, or can be pre-ordered by visiting www.TerryAngelMason.com . Electronic review copies of They Say That I Am Broken are now available for the media upon request by contacting Florence Edwards at Florence@Publicity911.com . Copies of Love Won't Let Me Be Silent will also be available for purchase at the event.
For all media interview considerations, or to request Angel Mason to appear or speak at your Pride event, contact Florence Edwards at 310-746-7149. Because of Mason's busy schedule, please note that we cannot accommodate all requests; therefore it is essential to contact us as soon as possible to ensure his presence or participation at your event.
Terry Angel Mason has been featured in the following publications and/or news venues: (Lee Bailey's) eurweb.com, The East County Magazine, Five (5) Magazine, Whosoever Magazine, SGL Weekly Magazine, Outword Magazine, The NBJC Newsletter, The Advocate, Frontier Magazine, Broadway World, The Windy City Times Newspaper, New Pittsburgh Courier, New England Informer, Our Weekly Magazine, Out Impact, The San Diego Gay and Lesbian News, The San Diego Gay and Lesbian Times, The San Diego Union Tribune, ME Magazine, POZ Magazine, The New Civil Rights Online Magazine, A&U Magazine, Religious Tolerance, Marriage Equality International, Homorazzi, BN&S News Commentary, Real Health Magazine, Q Magazine, MSNBC News Vine, ILGA, Out Military Online Magazine, Proud Parenting Web Magazine, Fuse Magazine, Echelon Magazine, The Bay Area Reporter, Connextions Magazine, and in many other publications.
To purchase Mason's books, read breaking news stories, feature articles, interviews, or obtain more information about the author, visit his website at www.TerryAngelMason.com .