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Keeping the Black Book Ecosystem Strong

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You all have heard me talk about the importance of the Black Book Ecosystem Strong, and why it is so important to us as a culture to maintain our agency when it comes to determining who an how our stories are told. #readingblack is one effort and the community conversations are another.


THIS Sunday, March 22, 2020, 6 - 7:30 pm Eastern, I to invite you to participate our first community conversation, “Keeping the Black Book Ecosystem Strong: Black Books in the Age of the Corona Virus.”


The conversation will take place online in the form of a video conference using Zoom and will be by 

  • Paul Coates (Black Classic Press in Baltimore),
  • Kassahun Checole (African World Press in Trenton),
  • James Fugate (Eso Won Books in Los Angeles),
  • Shirikiana Germina (Sankofa Video and Books in DC),
  • Cheryl and Wade Hudson (Just Us Books West Orange, NJ, and
  • Troy Johnson (AALBC.com, Tampa).


This will be the first of several conversations. You will need to register in advance it you are interested in joining us.





Keeping the Black Book Ecosystem Strong



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