Black Bookstores from the AALBC! #BuyBlackFriday #BlackOwnedFriday
So many books to read, so many friends and family members who need gifts! If you like the slackjawed look of inititial disappointment from your loved ones when they see you’ve bought them a book for the holidays that later gives way to wonder and gratitude when they finally read the book, why not buy from a black owned bookstore? Here’s a great list put together by the African American Literature Book Club:
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