African American Literature Meetups

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Shades of Brown book club was founded by two women new to the Denver area. The book club is open to African American sistahs who not only enjoy and appreciate Black literature, but also understand its value and importance to our Community. We will me

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African Literature Book club is a meet up for people who are interested in exploring Africa's 100 Best Books of the 20th Century. We will be meeting once a month at various book stores around town. If you are interested in making new friends who shar

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This is the book club for slow reading advocates, people who feel there are too many distractions to really sit down with a good book, and people who really want to find a quiet moment to reconnect with something they once enjoyed. Once a week, we'll

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Chicago Reading Africa was inspired by Kinna Reads' Africa Reading Challenge. We primarily operate as a book discussion group for African writing but we also explore other narrative forms (storytelling, music, film, and other visual arts). If you are

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This is the group for people who have shelves of books that your friends haven't read-- or have no interest in reading. Those who love African literature and books about African American history, biographies/memoirs, social issues or themes relevant

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This is STILL a group for community storytellers, culture-lovers, history buffs, artists, writers, musicians, performing artists, and lovers of Black Culture. The Year of the Griot is a network of community literary, theatrical, audio-visual, and ser

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Griots
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The mission of the Black Writers Workshop is to discover and interact with African American Writers (published or unpublished) while honing the craft and aspirations of the Black Writer. Whether it be working in the genres of black poetry, fiction or

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Black Writers
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Blackberry Coterie (BC) is a literary club created for black women, by black women. The purpose of this club is to unite women who share a love of reading different types of literature. While likening this experience to a blackberry, it is my hope th

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Blackberries

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April 11, 2015
Private

The mission of the Black Writers Workshop is to discover and interact with African American Writers (published or unpublished) while honing the craft and aspirations of the Black Writer. Whether it be working in the genres of black poetry, fiction or

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Black Writers
November 22, 2014

African Literature Book club is a meet up for people who are interested in exploring Africa's 100 Best Books of the 20th Century. We will be meeting once a month at various book stores around town. If you are interested in making new friends who shar

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Book Clubbers
September 20, 2014

This is the book club for slow reading advocates, people who feel there are too many distractions to really sit down with a good book, and people who really want to find a quiet moment to reconnect with something they once enjoyed. Once a week, we'll

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READERS
June 15, 2014

Blackberry Coterie (BC) is a literary club created for black women, by black women. The purpose of this club is to unite women who share a love of reading different types of literature. While likening this experience to a blackberry, it is my hope th

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Blackberries
December 16, 2012

Chicago Reading Africa was inspired by Kinna Reads' Africa Reading Challenge. We primarily operate as a book discussion group for African writing but we also explore other narrative forms (storytelling, music, film, and other visual arts). If you are

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Readers
September 23, 2012
Private

This is the group for people who have shelves of books that your friends haven't read-- or have no interest in reading. Those who love African literature and books about African American history, biographies/memoirs, social issues or themes relevant

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Book Lovers
May 13, 2011
Private

Shades of Brown book club was founded by two women new to the Denver area. The book club is open to African American sistahs who not only enjoy and appreciate Black literature, but also understand its value and importance to our Community. We will me

216
Sistahs
March 3, 2010

This is STILL a group for community storytellers, culture-lovers, history buffs, artists, writers, musicians, performing artists, and lovers of Black Culture. The Year of the Griot is a network of community literary, theatrical, audio-visual, and ser

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Griots
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