Help CMCB catalogue our growing collections. Three volunteer days -- join us!
Charnice Milton Community Bookstore presents Kujichagulia Book Giveaway to celebrate Kwanzaa and Self-Determination. December 27, 12 - 5 p.m. 1918 Martin Luther King Avenue, SE (near corner of Good Hope Road) Two free books per young person. Performance by Baba Ras D. Adult books also available for purchase. Please share this invite!
The Charnice Milton Community Bookstore needs lots of hands and eyes to help us sort and preserve our growing collection of books. Saturday, November 11: Heavy lifting, stair climbing, and sorting. Sunday, November 12: Sorting and boxing. Join us for one or both days, Noon to 5 p.m. Light refreshments, great company, and, of course, … Continue reading Work Days: Nov 11 and 12
Creativity for Oppressive Times! When a Bully is President: Truth and Creativity for Oppressive Times (details) is not your usual kid's book, and this Community ARTivism afternoon is an unusual opportunity for community celebration. When a Bully is President invites readers to "Stand in the truth of who you are. The stronger you are the … Continue reading ARTivism Afternoon
We Act Radio rejoins the air waves 9/14 with the premiere broadcast of We Luv Books Radio. Maya Gonzalez, author, educator, and co-founder of Reflection Press. Author of When a Bully is President, to be highlighted at 9/23 ARTivisim Afternoon bookstore event. Brother Yao, poet, Bowie State University professor, and co-founder of the former Karibu … Continue reading Radio Premiere: Maya Gonzalez, Brother Yao, & Sing-Talk-Read
Look for "Literacy Oasis in Formation: From Bookapalooza to Charnice Milton Community Bookstore" in the September edition of East of the River. Relevant research, related references below. Update: 9/7 show postponed due to slower than hoped technical rebuild. Charnice Milton Community Bookstore Literacy Month events -- 9/7 and 9/14: We Luv Books Radio Program Launch, … Continue reading Literacy Month: Look for EOTR Article
Some of those joining together for community bookstore launch event: Courtney Davis (L), teacher and author of A is for Anacostia; Thomas Byrd, Education Town Hall Radio Host; fellow Ballou SHS alum, musician Sugar Bear; We Act Radio co-founder, Kymone Freeman. Front right: radio host LJM, who organized much of the event.