Today we are celebrating with our brothas and sistas in the book community who gather together in cafes, living rooms, kitchens, any and everywhere to talk about books.
Happy Black Book Clubs Day!
Did you know supporting book clubs is in our mission statement? No! Well, check it out.
Mocha Girls Read mission is to enhance Black women’s personal reading experience by reading quality work written by a wide rage of authors on various topics and across all genres.
Mocha Girls Read will support literary events in person and online.
Mocha Girls Read will provide an open forum for black women to exchange ideas and opinions by fellowshipping with other Black women who love to read in person and online. As well as networking with other book clubs, book bloggers, publishers and literary organizations.
Mocha Girls Read will sponsor hosted online and in person events to expose black women to literature.
Mocha Girls Read will maintain a comprehensive website that will feature books, book bloggers and other book clubs.Mocha Girls Read book club Mission Statement
There are so many great and amazing Black book clubs out there in person and online all across the world. No matter what your genre, location, age or reading style there is a Black book club for you. Here are a few and what they are reading right now.
Cincinnati Black Women Book Club Meetup – Cincinnati, OH
African Literature Book Club (ALBC) – Toronto, ON
Black Girls Read Book Club – Chicago, IL
What are we reading you ask?
Currently, we are reading Murder with Fried Chicken and Waffles by A.L. Herbert and our next book will be Educated by Tara Westover. Have you read them? Chat with us on Goodreads, Facebook or Instagram. Or click here to come to a meeting with one of the 9 chapters we have in the US. It’s our policy that you don’t have to read the book to come to a book club meeting.
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