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Detroit Book City’s 3rd Annual African American Family Book Expo

Detroit City is hosting their 3rd Annual African American Family Book Expo on Sunday, February 24th. It is Michigan’s largest African American family book expo. The expo showcases the best books published by Black independent authors covering every aspect of African-American lives. The event will be held at the newly, renovated Northwest Activities Center. Here… Read More Detroit Book City’s 3rd Annual African American Family Book Expo

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5 Cool Things to Kick Off Your Weekend

1. All Things Detroit & Food Truck Rally (Mother’s Day Celebration) Still looking for a special Mother’s Day gift for Mom or that special woman in your life? All Things Detroit will host their Mother’s Day celebration on Sunday, May 6th at 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Travis and I attended last year’s event and… Read More 5 Cool Things to Kick Off Your Weekend

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Nadia Fezzani Reveals the Truth Behind Real Life Super Heroes

It’s no secret that our culture is fascinated with superheroes. From Spider-man to Wonderwoman, you can find superhero comic books, movies, and TV shows everywhere. “Heroes with extraordinary powers have fascinated people throughout history,” says investigative journalist Nadia Fezzani. “People see injustice and pain in the world and long for the idea of someone being… Read More Nadia Fezzani Reveals the Truth Behind Real Life Super Heroes

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Interview with Cheryl Robinson, Detroit Native and Author of Until Ray

Today’s blog post is a feature interview with contemporary women’s fiction writer Cheryl Robinson. Cheryl is a Detroit native and recently released her novel Until Ray, which is also set in the City of Detroit. Until Ray will be part of a trilogy and the first book is available for a free eBook download! Read… Read More Interview with Cheryl Robinson, Detroit Native and Author of Until Ray

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Ivylocs Teaches Children to See the Beauty of African American Culture

On August 28th, 2016, my husband and I attended Hug Day Detroit in Detroit’s Eastern Market. There were many amazingly, talented artists and various vendors selling art, jewelry, clothing, and other products at the event. We came across Danielle Carin Dunn’s table where she was holding a meet and greet and selling her first novel… Read More Ivylocs Teaches Children to See the Beauty of African American Culture