Arts & Entertainment Editor
Raymond Tyler is a native of Atlantic City but has also lived and worked in Newark, NJ, and Philadelphia. Mr. Tyler has worked as a writer/photographer for some of the most successful magazines nationally and locally including The Source, XXL, Sister @ Sister, Essence, and The Philadelphia Weekly. Mr. Tyler was the first Black columnist for Atlantic City Weekly. In the 1990s Tyler was part of the (then young) poetry movement that came out of Panoramic Poetry at The October Gallery in Philadelphia.
Today Mr. Tyler serves as a member of The Atlantic City Arts commission. Raymond Tyler is also the current Black Art Matters curator for The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University and The Atlantic County Connector/Ambassador for The South Jersey Cultural Alliance.
Stories by Raymond Tyler
NAACP panel discussion highlights more than just talk
Stockton University’s Center For Community Engagement & Service Learning sponsored NAACP Panel Discussion on Monday Oct. 10, 2022 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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