African American Literature Meetup Groups

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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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Sistahs
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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 :) I'm sure there are kindred spirits out there who love well-written biographies, books about African American history, social iss

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Book Lovers
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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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Readers
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The Ivy League Book Club was founded July 2010 by Simbi Animashaun through a desire to connect with Sorors of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. on an intellectual level. However, we decided to extend the invitation to all professional women residing i

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ILB Members
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This is 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 service p

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Griots
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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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READERS
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Are you looking to have fun, with a group of folks who's center of gravity is built around art and culture. Well join this Meet-up Group and let's grow some fun together. The only thing missing is you.

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This is a group created to discuss the books of Walter Mosley, while sharing a meal.

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Readers
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This is a group for anyone who enjoys fun and engaging conversation about life and literature! We read books written predominantly by and/or about African Americans, however, other genres are included such as Christian and other contemporary genres.

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Mosiac Minds Book Club
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African Traditional Religion Book Club is a meet up consisting of individuals who are passionate about exploring their curiosity of African Traditional Religion thru the review of related literature.

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ATR seekers

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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
August 13, 2014

African Traditional Religion Book Club is a meet up consisting of individuals who are passionate about exploring their curiosity of African Traditional Religion thru the review of related literature.

6
ATR seekers
July 13, 2014

This is a group created to discuss the books of Walter Mosley, while sharing a meal.

12
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
May 5, 2014

This is a group for anyone who enjoys fun and engaging conversation about life and literature! We read books written predominantly by and/or about African Americans, however, other genres are included such as Christian and other contemporary genres.

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Mosiac Minds Book Club
January 18, 2014

Are you looking to have fun, with a group of folks who's center of gravity is built around art and culture. Well join this Meet-up Group and let's grow some fun together. The only thing missing is you.

14
Members
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

111
Readers
October 7, 2012

The Ivy League Book Club was founded July 2010 by Simbi Animashaun through a desire to connect with Sorors of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. on an intellectual level. However, we decided to extend the invitation to all professional women residing i

42
ILB Members
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 :) I'm sure there are kindred spirits out there who love well-written biographies, books about African American history, social iss

139
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

189
Sistahs
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