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Sacramento Black Book Fair

Blue Nile Press

Fifth Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair (SBBF)

CREATING A LEGACY

Fourth-Annual Community Read-In Project

Join us and participate in the 2017-18 Community Read-In Project by the SBBF

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Indigo Moor “In the Room of Thirsts & Hungers”

Discussion and Book Signing

Underground Books (2815 35th Street)

In the Room of Thirsts & Hungers                Publication Date: July 2017

Current Poet Laureate of Sacramento, Indigo Moor is also a playwright and author. His second book of poetry, Through the Stonecutter’s Window, won Northwestern University Press’s Cave Canem prize. His first book, Tap-Root, was published as part of Main Street Rag’s Editor’s Select Poetry Series.

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Children’s Storytime

Books, games and activities for kids ages 3-10. 

Sponsored by River City Road Runners

Underground Books (2814 35th Street)

12pm-1pm

(916) 737-3333

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Sheryl Lister “A Touch of Love” Book Signing & Discussion

Lexia Daniels can’t deny that her café’s most loyal customer is as tempting as any of the delicious treats she bakes. Burned by a bitter divorce, she tries to keep her desire in check around Khalil Gray, but the gorgeous ex-model is intent on seduction. Then a devastating accident reveals the complicated man behind the perfectly sculpted body… A man she can’t seem to resist. 

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Tracy Sanders “Natural Hair in the Workplace”
Discussion and Book Signing

If you have natural hair, transitioning to natural hair, or interested in natural hair topics, this book is a must read. This book provides an overview of federal and state employment discrimination laws in the United States. You will learn more about rights and obligations related to natural hair as an employee. You may gain added knowledge and awareness as an employer. You may be inspired through real-life stories. Hypotheticals, case studies, and practical tips help you navigate natural hair in the workplace.

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Art Talk: Clay West “Shades of Blackness”

With Clay West and Moderated by Milton 510 Bowens

Underground Books (2814 35th Street)

From a beginning as a source of relaxation while attending Dental School to a way of connecting with his people, “Shades of Blackness” by Clay Wilson is only a small portion of the works created by this local artist and dentist.  Come and see this vibrant and thoughtful exhibit!

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Children’s Storytime

Books, games and activities for kids ages 3-10. 

Sponsored by River City Road Runners

Underground Books (2814 35th Street)

12pm-1pm

(916) 737-3333

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Joy Elan: “Life is a Canvas”
Discussion and Book Signing

Allegra Johnson is a young, vibrant entrepreneur with dreams. From the outside, she seems to have all the things that she dreamed of… except love. Her motto is the expression, “The best way to predict your future is to create it.” As she paints the things that she wants in her life, she learns that not everyone will see her big picture.

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Discussion and Book Signing with P. M. Don

Join us on Saturday, November 19 from 2 – 4 p.m.

“Capital of California”

Everyone is welcome to participate in this discussion on P.M. Don’s work of fiction about three men and the role they play in the violent streets of the capital of California.