Scribes, Scholars & Storytellers Series 2013 ~ Featuring Johari Ade
Each week we will host a different Denver based African American author with a range of talents and topics, from a variety of genres. Join us for an exciting series, promising a little something for everyone!
Wednesday April 3rd @ 6:30pm Johari Ade
Johari is a native of Denver. She graduated from Manual High School, and attended DU Law School. As a professional genealogist, Johari regularly conducts workshops and lectures. Her book, Ten Generations of Bondage: Eleven Generations of Faith, is a true story inspired by her own genealogy. Author will be selling copies of her book. www.tengenerationsofbondage.com
April 8th ~ Rev. William Golson, Monday @6:30p
April 15th ~ Rev. James Peters, Monday @6:30p
April 24th ~ Dominique Ashaheed, Wednesday @6:30p
May 1st ~ Allison Cotton, Wednesday @6:30p
May 6th ~ Lee McQueen, Monday @6:30p
May 13th ~ Leilani Henry, Monday @6:30p
May 20th ~ Dana Myles, Monday @6:30p
May 22nd ~ Charlene Porter, Wednesday @6:30p
For more information call 720-865-2401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.