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MahoganyBooks hosts virtual book discussions with Stacy Abrams, Sunny Hostin and Candice Iloh in May
A MahoganyBooks Launch Event featuring Sunny Hostin, Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 7:00pm- Join this exclusive discussion featuring awarding winning journalist Sunny Hostin in conversation with Emmy winner Linsey Davis. Join us as these two dynamic women discuss Sunny's highly anticipated novel, Summer in the Bluffs.This ticketed event comes with a hardcover copy of the book.
MahoganyBooks & Very Smart Brothas Book Club Discussion Day featuring I Came As A Shadow, Friday, May 7, 2021, 6:00pm- Join the MahoganyBooks & Very Smart Brothas book club on Zoom to discuss their April 2021 book club selection, I Came As A Shadow by John Thompson.
Stacey Abrams & Brit Bennett Discuss While Justice Sleeps, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
7:00pm- MahoganyBooks is honored to host political activist and best-selling author, Stacey Abrams as she discusses her latest book, While Justice Sleeps with fellow New York Times Best-selling author, Brit Bennett and MahoganyBooks co-, Ramunda Young moderating questions from the audience. Our first 600 ticket holders will receive a signed book by Abrams.
MahoganyBooks, Shout Mouth Press & The Kennedy Center Presents: An Evening With Author Candice Iloh, Thursday, May 20, 2021, 7:00pm-8:00pm-
RSVP for all these May book events at https://www.mahoganybooks.com/
Started in 2007 by husband and wife, Derrick and Ramunda Young, MahoganyBooks is the fastest growing online bookstore for people of the African Diaspora. It has grown from being exclusively an online bookstore to opening the doors of their first physical location in the historic Washington, DC neighborhood of Anacostia. Derrick and Ramuda's love for culture, community and connection and their desire to see books empower others as it had empowered them. Over the years, MahoganyBooks has connected readers to writers for exciting and thought-provoking literary events with the likes of the late U.S. Representative John Lewis, Walter Mosley, Chimamanda Adichie, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Misty Copeland, Gabrielle Union, and D.C.'s "Mayor for Life" Marion Barry among others.