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Givens Black Books: March Book Discussion Events

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jewell-parker-rhodesThe Givens Foundation for African American Literature is presenting Givens Black Books: March Book Discussion Events as part of its Community Reading Campaign. Master storyteller Nothando Zulu this month leads free, public events celebrating the literary contributions of historical novelist Jewell Parker Rhodes.

• Mar. 9, 2:00p North Regional Library
Book: Voodoo Dreams

• Mar. 12, 4:00p Sumner Library Youth
Book: Ninth Ward

• Mar. 13, 6:00p Black Men & Women Reading
Book: Douglass' Women, UROC Rm 107

• Mar. 20, 6:00p Pillsbury Oak Park Center
Book: Douglass' Women

• Mar. 23, 2:00p Sumner Library
Book: Magic City

• Mar. 25, 6:30p Merriam Park Library Youth
Book: Ninth Ward

• Mar. 30, 1:00p Magers & Quinn with NdCad
Book: Ninth Ward

givens-headerFree books available at events while supplies last. Visit www.givens.org/programs/givens-black-books.php to see the full listing of events, get maps & directions and for more information.

 

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