Author Joel Berg discusses his book "America, We Need to Talk."
Book/Author Talk w/Anastasia Higginbotham feat. "Tell Me About Sex, Grandma."
Book/Author w/Ron Fournier feat. "Love That Boy."
Celebrate Indie Bookstores w/us. Get your official Source Booksellers Independent Bookstore Day sticker. And from 2-4 come tell us about your favorite experience at a bookstore for our 3rd Annual Bookstore Stories Project.
We are the offical bookseller for Kimberly Sears Allers at Motor City Java Cafe, 17336 Lahser, Detroit. The store is open regular business hours.
We are the official bookseller for the High Scope Conference at the Renaissance Marriott in downtown Detroit. Forconference info, visit https://highscope.org/2017conference. (The store is open for regular business hours.)
We are the official bookseller at the High Scope Conference at the Renaissance Marriott in downtown Detroit. For conference info, visit https://highscope.org/2017conference. (The store is open for regular business hours.)
Learn to read the Tarot for yourself under the direction of our guide Sangoma. Tarot Card decks can be purchased in the store or bring your own. Open to all levels of interest.
Health Coach, Stephanie Popso discusses 5 No Fail Tips for Setting and Reaching Your Wellness Goals, and introduces the Naturally Empowered Planner/Notebook to help you get there.
Detroit poet, writer, mother and community activist, Tawana "Honeycomb" Petty is the featured poet reading from her two books "Coming Out My Box," and "Introducing Honeycomb."
Enjoy your Palm Sunday shopping to the beautiful music of cellist Cecelia Sharpe and her talented youth ensemble, Urban Stringz.
Detroit poet, Willie Williams leads our annual NPM workshop. This year's topic: From Brownsville to Black Bottom: Voices From the City.
How can we fight back in this moment? What is the role for people with privilege in liberation movements? A conversation featuring organizer and poet Tawana "Honeycomb" Petty, writer and activist Shea Howell, and journalist and organizer Jordan Flaherty. Flaherty also discusses his book "No More Heroes."
We welcome the Independent Booksellers Consortium, a group of top indie bookstores in the U.S. for their first visit to Source Booksellers. Noon is the tentative time for the visit. They will visit at an undetermined time in the afternoon. All are welcome to join us.
Join author Joe Iaquints for the Detroit launch of his new book "Rebel."
Conversation w/Aljoise Harding, on the speech "Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence" written by her husband Vincent Harding for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on April 4, 1967 at Riverside Church in New York City. Mrs. Harding.
M. Liebler's Women's History Month Poetry Reading Featuring:
Iraqi/American Poet DUNYA MIKHAIL
Indian/American Poet ZILKA JOSEPH
Trindad Fiction Writer LOLITA HERNANDEZ
African American Poet & Performance Poet RHONDA WELSH
Sponsored with Generous Support from Poets & Writers, Inc. of New York City.
FREE & Open to All. Books for signing will be available. Come Celebrate with us
This month's Afrototpia Book Club features the book American Desert by Percival Everett. This event is free and open to the public.
Join the conversation about the evolution of women in journalism with noted Detroit-area journalists Martina Guzmon & Michele Srvinovich.
This event is closed to the public.
Join the conversation as Min. Saladin shares the potential impacts of this seasonal and celestial occurrence.
William G. Herbert brings to life his book "A Place Near the Front."
This Skit in the Pit is a mini-performance of playwright/producer Marvin Thompson's "Two Chairs." We present it in advance of March 18, 2017 premiere at Light Box in Detroit.
It's History. From the voices that lived it. Marvin Thompson Jr.'s Two Chairs is an original stage play that tells a story of where we've been and where we're going, through words and music. Come experience the people and places that have helped shape us. Starring Mike Sandusky and Jessica Rushton. Directed by Elizabeth Jones.
Find out more at www.marvinthompson.com
During the four decades of service that William SandersScarborough (1852-1926) and his wife Sarah Cordelia Bierce Scarborough (1851-1933) gaveto Wilberforce University, they met hundreds of people rangingfrom students and parents to some of the most famous people of their era. Some came to receive honorary degrees such as Frederick Douglass andthe future president William McKinley. Others like Mrs. Elizabeth Keckley, Mrs. Lincoln'sstylist during the 1860s, came to join the faculty. Mrs. Keckley had been a strong supporter of the school since its opening. Her son, George, matriculated there in 1859. When she came to teach dress design and sewing, she broughtalong some of herownmemorabilia from her days in the White House. These including fabric from various items of Mrs. Lincoln's clothing, which found their way into sewing projects at Wilberforce such as theneedlework that Keckley's students prepared for the Chicago World's Fair (1893), anda quilt topowned by Mrs. Scarborough.