CMCB at Busboys and Poets

A moving event honoring Charnice Milton's fourth death anniversary, May 27, 2019, launched the CMCB used book space at Busboys and Poets-Anacostia, 2004 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE. Read about the event at DC Line. Used books now sell for $5/each or 5/$20. Children's books, as always, are free of charge. Events designed to … Continue reading CMCB at Busboys and Poets

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New books at BBP-Anacostia; Used books coming soon

Busboys and Poets-Anacostia, just a block from the We Act Radio station where Charnice Milton Community Bookstore began, is now hosting a small collection of books picked by CMCB staff. After a soft opening in early March, CMCB at BBP-Anacostia continues to add titles, and the shelves are filling. The used book section is scheduled … Continue reading New books at BBP-Anacostia; Used books coming soon

Ugh! The Constraint of Race and the Charm of Used Books

Some titles jump out as collections grow in the Charnice Milton Community Bookstore. The Constraint of Race: Legacies of White Skin Privilege in America is one of those books. And clearly a previous reader couldn't resist commenting on one of the historic episodes described: Passage of Clinton's 1994 crime bill, and the role of the … Continue reading Ugh! The Constraint of Race and the Charm of Used Books

Books We Love

Visit the new "Books We Love" section at weluvbooks.org for a peek at just a few of the many books now flowing into Anacostia as the Charnice Milton Community Bookstore grows its inventory.