SAVE THE DATE Saturday June 12, 2010 On the Campus of Roxbury Community College Authors, Vendors, Booksellers Entertainment, Activities for children and youth If you missed Mel King at the last Book Fair here’s another opportunity to participate in Mel’s inter-active presentation of his book “Streets” as he helps the audience begin their journey as family historians. Join a Writers Workshop with Laura Soul Brown, Hear Solomon Comissiong on Hip Hop, Corporate Media and the Suppression of Pan-African Thought, Gabrielle Goodman-Recording Artist & Assoc.Prof.of Music at Berklee, D.J. Seitu on Cultural Literacy, Intro to Blogging with Talia Whyte, Author- Founder-Publisher of Wiggles Press Rochelle Thorpe, book reading and signing by Robert Peters, author of”Da’ Goodie Monsta “ . . . . . .many more authors, vendors, African Art, Jewelry, health information Entertainment by: Keisha Dream The Djembe Drummers Elaine Corbin Tamu Jackson Roxbury Action Program Sponsored by: Roxbury Action Program 749-3010 or email@example.com Touch 106.1fm Amber Books Inc.
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