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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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Greetings! This group is for anyone interested in books that focus on black people, culture, history, politics, and empowerment in America and abroad. There are no blinders here. Let's pull the cover back, read, and come together to discuss the truth

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What is Mocha Readers?: Mocha Readers is a monthly book club that focuses on exploring the black experience through books (fiction and non-fiction). We primarily read works written by African-American authors featuring African-American characters.  

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Whether strolling through Paris or zip-lining through the Costan Rican canopy... traveling is more fun with friends! Join the AAT as we discover (and re-discover) the city... and the world! Events include: domestic and international travel cultural o

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African American Travelers
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Girlfriends Book Club (GBC) is not only a book club but a sorority of some sort. Founded in 2004, Girlfriends Book Club has branched out to form a total of 3 chapters, including the Raleigh chapter. Not only do our members have a passion for reading,

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Many Shades of Brown 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 meet once a month, excluding December, to socialize (drink a

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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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This book club/social group is for WOMEN only! Though we will have co-ed meeting about twice a year, just to get men point of view on some of the books/topics that we read. This is a book club that is deriving from my love for reading, mainly books f

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Divas
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This group is for all writers of color and those interested in work created by writers of color. An open group to everyone - at this time we will focus on work about and of the Diaspora. The group focuses on the work of African American, African and

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The Chicago Africentric Book Club is dedicated to the celebration of African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African-American culture, history and politics through spirited and idea-generating discussions of the classical authors (e.g., Carter G. Woodson

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Children of the Diaspora

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March 17, 2014

let's get together to talk BOOKS. The BLACK ROSE BOOK and SOCIAL CLUB is here! Come together to discus the latest novel or maybe a classic title. Join other LOVERS of Good Books to Meet and Mingle and talk about ANYTHING. The atmosphere is Light! The

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Black Rose's
February 21, 2014

This group is for anyone who enjoys African-American fiction of  all genres and is interested in having a group of friends to meet-up/discuss selections with. Our members live on the eastside of metro Atlanta (Lithonia, Conyers & Covington) .We will

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Mocha Book Lovers
January 22, 2014

I created this group to encourage, uplift and strengthen women of color. This group will meet twice a month. One meeting each will be a workshop on topics such as "Getting over yourself", Leadership development, "Honoring others in word and in Deed",

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Powerful Women
December 23, 2013

If you are African American or interested in events that focus on African American life and culture, then this group is for you. We are a positive supportive group meeting together for fun and socializing. I am relatively new to Pittsburgh so would b

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African Americans
October 31, 2013

Mission:   Different Shades of Sisters Book Club (DSS)  is a social organization created to promote a  forum which fosters sisterhood among African American women of all ages that posses a passion for literature, enjoy multi-cultural events, and can

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Shades of Sisters
September 17, 2013

This group is for all writers of color and those interested in work created by writers of color. An open group to everyone - at this time we will focus on work about and of the Diaspora. The group focuses on the work of African American, African and

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Writers
July 14, 2013

Whether strolling through Paris or zip-lining through the Costan Rican canopy... traveling is more fun with friends! Join the AAT as we discover (and re-discover) the city... and the world! Events include: domestic and international travel cultural o

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African American Travelers
May 22, 2013

The Chicago Africentric Book Club is dedicated to the celebration of African, Caribbean, Afro-Latino and African-American culture, history and politics through spirited and idea-generating discussions of the classical authors (e.g., Carter G. Woodson

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Children of the Diaspora
April 2, 2013
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Many Shades of Brown 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 meet once a month, excluding December, to socialize (drink a

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Sistahs
March 5, 2013

We are a African American book club that has been around since 2008. We are more than your average book club we are a social book club, meaning we are first and foremost a book club but we enjoy our sisterhood/bonding time with things like our annual

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Girlfriends
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