Saturday, August 28, 2010

Sept 7th in ATL: The Real Reading Rainbow: Celebrating Queer Black Intergenerational Booklust

Because we know you LOVE to read...please join us on Tuesday Sept 7th at  7pm  at Charis Books and More  1189 Euclid Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30307 for a nerdy, exuberant and creative MobileHomeComing event!

As part of our queer Black intergenerational lovefest Charis Circle and the MobileHomeComing (an experiential archive project amplifying the brilliance of queer black womyn, gender non-conforming folks and transmen) have invited an age-diverse panel of Black feminist bookworms to gush about the books that got them through.

Come hear about the exuberant booklust of hot MobileHomeComing nerds... Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Julia Wallace, L'erin Asantewaa, Moya Bailey, Mary Anne Adams and MORE!!!!

Bring your favorite book along to share!

Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the featured books for themselves, and or to donate them to the mobilehomecoming to be given as gifts to our beloved chosen MobileHomeComing interviewee family around the country!

See you there!


 Lex and Julia

"Look how you print yourself on my heart."
-Audre Lorde (journal)

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