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Bibliophiles Book Discussion
In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. Michelle Obama's best seller Becoming is the topic of The Bibliophiles, Inc. ~ An African American Reading Group's upcoming panel discussion. The Bibliophiles are the nation’s oldest, continuously operating, incorporated, African American reading group in the United States. The Bibliophiles was born out of a mutual interest in sharing, promoting, and preserving the literature of the African Diaspora. These dynamic sisters consider themselves keepers of our culture. Bibliophiles founder, Joyce Harley will start the program off with an engaging background history of the Reading Group followed by an insider's view with engaging panelist dialogue. Not to be missed! This program is co-sponsored by the Montclair Art Museum's African American Cultural Committee (AACC).
Books will be available the day of the event for purchase through Montclair's community book store Watchung Booksellers.
Online RSVP encouraged.
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