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Readers of Black Literature

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Msichana Rafiki Literary Club (Popularity: )
Literary Club, recommendations of books by great black writers, links to a webring

African American Literature BookClub (Popularity: )
An African American literary book club that allows the websurfer to participate online. Guidance for discussion groups offered also.

The Divine Sisterhood Book Club (Popularity: )
Group formed "to educate, evaluate and motivate" through reading and discussing books by African American authors.

The Page Turner Network Literary Services for Authors and Book Clubs (Popularity: )
Provides Web Site Design and Internet Consulting with Special Focus on the Literary Community. Also provides website design and hosting, ...

Book Remarks (Popularity: )
Promotes African American literature. It includes author interviews, book reviews and great links to other sites on this topic.

An American Atrocity: The Slaughter (Popularity: )
The first told and true story account of the killing of African American soldiers by the U.S. Army during World ...

The Literary Club(TLC) (Popularity: )
Monthly literary discussion group in the Chicago area, promoting African-American Authors of Fiction and Non-Fiction Works.

African American Authors On Tour (Popularity: )
Tour schedules, book synopsis, and brief biographies of the authors.

Sister Sippin Tea Bookclub Houston Chapter (Popularity: )
African-American women's bookclub located throughout the U.S. This webpage is for the Houston, Texas Chapter.

Isis Collective Book Circle (Popularity: )
Women of color group, based in Washington, D.C., USA. Includes author, book and event information.

The G.R.I.T.S. Online Reading Club (Popularity: )
The G.R.I.T.S., an acronym for Guys/Girls Raised In The South, is an online literary club for men and women who ...