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Kwanzaa 365 Study Group - "Reading Up On Malcolm" @ Sister's Uptown Bookstore, Harlem, NYC

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Kwanzaa 365 Study Group - "Reading Up On Malcolm" @ Sister's Uptown Bookstore, Harlem, NYC

Time: May 2, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Sister's Uptown Bookstore
Street: 1942 Amsterdam Avenue @ 156th Street
City/Town: Harlem, New York
Phone: (718) 581-7496 - (646) 533-5340 or (212) 862-3680
Event Type: lecture, study-group
Organized By: SendMeYourNews
Latest Activity: Apr 16, 2014

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Kwanzaa 365 Study Academy

Partners of Kwanzaa 365 St. Thomas

Sister's Uptown Bookstore, LLC

1942 Amsterdam Avenue @ 156th Street

Harlem, New York

"Be proud of your heritage today as our Fathers &

Mothers were in the days of yore. We have a

beautiful history, and we shall create another now

that will astonish the world." - Marcus Garvey

Greetings Cultural Warriors,

Session Four finds us thinking about Malcolm X, inspiring this month’s theme “Reading Up On Malcolm.”

Suggested reading: 'By Any Means Necessary: Real, Not Reinvented.' This book was complied by Haki R. Madhubuti, Herb Boyd and others as a response to Manning Marable’s controversial biography of Malcolm X. There are many other books about Malcolm, we will be sharing our thoughts about what we have read.

Books can be purchased at Sister’s Uptown Bookstore, if not available, Sister Janifer ((212) 862-3680) will be more than happy to order it for you.

Our 4th session is Friday, May 2, 2014, 7pm — 9pm.

DVDs from pass sessions are available for purchase at the Bookstore.

All are welcome. Bring the family.

We look forward to continuing this journey of cultural growth with you.

Suggested Donation: $10.00. Free for Young People 12 and under.

Jam ag Jam (Peace & Peace),

Baba Atiba, Sister Khuumba and Sister Janifer (Keeper of the Space)

For more information call: (718) 581-7496 - (646) 533-5340 or (212) 862-3680

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