African-American Authors Meetup Groups

Meet with other local booklovers to discuss literature by African-American authors.

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The Philadelphia Black Business Network was created for the purpose of organizing a national network that hosts exclusive professional events. These events include networking mixers, speed networking events, business conferences, seminars and expos,

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Professionals & Entrepreneurs
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Meet other Delaware Professionals through Delawareblack.com to network, socialize, and give back to the community. This meetup will allow closer social and professional connections for the users of Delawareblack.com.

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Black Professionals
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Hi everyone. This is a group for everyone in the Detroit Area (and Michigan area) who like to write. Whether it's a novel, short story, poem, autobiography, or any other general genre of writing, this is the place. Share a piece of your writing or ge

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Writers
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We are a group of black women who love to read, want to read more and meet like minded women. We are here to inspire women to read, share literature, fellowship, and encourage others in the joy of reading. We meet in Inglewood, CA at Callie Rose Cafe

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Mocha Girls
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Meeting and networking on a social basis with fellow African-American professionals seeking to cultivate and build great positive relationships in safe, fun, respectful and unique environments. Bringing together a group of vibrant, mature professiona

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2015-2020! We are the original and longest-active Democrat and U.S. Election + Obama group in the UK. Hillary in 2016? Biden? Warren? Running against which scalliwag Repub? You can be a part of it! Come join nice people - did I say very nice people -

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Obama supporters!
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Hello! My name is Regina and I'm ready to meet other DIVA'S who love to read fiction books. A good story is even better when you've got friends to share it with. We will meet once a month to discuss the book over drinks and dinner at a local restaura

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Divas
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This is the original and longest-active Obama group in France. We are among the largest Obama groups anywhere in the world outside the U.S! Come to our new Obama events! Join our discussions! Meet other local supporters of Barack Obama. We did active

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Obama supporters!
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This is a bookclub designed for vivacious, open minded, intelligent and fun loving African-American women between the ages of 25-50 who love to read good books, socialize and eat!

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Booknistas!
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Girlfriends Book Club (GBC) is not only a book club but a sorority of some sort. Founded in 2004, Girlfriends Book Club has branched out to form a total of 3 chapters, including the Raleigh chapter. Not only do our members have a passion for reading,

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February 28, 2015

We are a group of individuals that are sharing and investing our talents to empower and unite the Descendants of the African Diaspora. The time is now to stand up and come together to address our complaints and suffering. We seek to find solutions to

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Nation Builders
February 26, 2015

Group for Sisters of ethnic background to come together.

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Sister Queens
February 19, 2015

Let's get together for great activities and events in our neighborhood, like community mixers, yoga, pop up bazaars and poetry readings at Ankara Style . We can also have events for just the ladies, like jewelry making, movies, clothing swaps, and lo

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Ankara Style Friends
September 11, 2014

The group will assist one another in writing tips, book publishing and promotions.

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litmovers
October 14, 2013
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Books and Braids Book Club was founded in February, 2001.  The book club came together with 10 ladies from different professional fields, which we're continuing to grow.  We are a group of African American Ladies who enjoy to read and fellowship with

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Book Readers
April 2, 2013
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Are you “Waiting to Exhale?”  Then, “When All Hell Breaks Loose”, perform a “Disappearing Act” and “Get Your Groove Back” with other sistahs who share your love of reading. Have you found yourself finishing a book you loved and want to share it with

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Sistahs
December 16, 2012

Chicago Reading Africa was inspired by Kinna Reads' Africa Reading Challenge. We primarily operate as a book discussion group for African writing but we also explore other narrative forms (storytelling, music, film, and other visual arts). If you are

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Readers
November 7, 2012
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HEY DIVAS!! This book club/social group is for WOMEN only! Though we will have co-ed meeting about twice a year, just to get men point of view on some of the books/topics that we read. I love to read and would like to meet other women that enjoys a g

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Divas
September 23, 2012
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This is the group for people who have shelves of books that your friends haven't read-- or have no interest in reading. Those who love African literature and books about African American history, biographies/memoirs, social issues or themes relevant

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Book Lovers
March 14, 2012
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This is a bookclub designed for vivacious, open minded, intelligent and fun loving African-American women between the ages of 25-50 who love to read good books, socialize and eat!

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