Glenda has spoken on the subject of writing and activism at the Other Words conference at Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL and will speak for Wake Forest University's International Roma Day program on April 8, 2015. On April 22, she spoke at New York University on "Beyond Gypsy Stereotypes." See the News and Events page for details as they become available.
“I don’t lay down the law for anybody else but I think writers are not only writers, they are also citizens. My position is that serious and good art has always existed to help, to serve, humanity.” - Chinua Achebe
"My parents taught me to be of service whenever possible. I value that training, because I think our world really runs on the love and caring we show to one another. The small things that I can do to help others are repayment for those who have helped me along the way." - Glenda Bailey-Mershon
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