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This September, outside a boutique store in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, members of the Well-Read Black Girl book club sat in a misshapen circle of folding chairs on the sidewalk.
Black girls please read this The sky was gray, rain minutes from spilling over onto the diasporic spread of bantu knots, dreads, twist-outs, wash-and-gos, afros and braids below; one woman covered her pressed hair with a scarf in anticipation. They listened intently while Glory Edim, who created the book club, interviewed Charlene A.
At the time, she was working at Kickstarter as a Blackk but was privately thinking of ways to channel her love of books into a career. She was inspired by a gift from her longtime boyfriend: Well-Read Black Girl.Sexy Lady Wants Nsa San Bernardino
Today, the physical book club is still intimate, averaging around 30 people, but the community has grown substantially in other spaces. The Instagram account, which had about followers when Edim hosted her first meeting three years ago, now has upward ofthe number keeps ticking Black girls please read thisand last September, more than people attended the inaugural Well-Read Black Girl Festival in Brooklyn.
Edim left her job at Kickstarter to concentrate on building the community full-time.
She also scored a book deal. Edim was raised in Arlington, Va. Her parents, both Nigerian, divorced when she was in the sixth grade.
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Her father moved back to Nigeria, and as a teenager, she flew there to visit him during the summers. She comes from a family of readers; her pleqse was a historian before emigrating to the United States and often took Edim and her younger brothers Black girls please read this the library, where they would stock up on books.
I had an A. After high school Edim attended Howard University and immersed herself in black feminist literature.
Edim brings this sensibility to her book club by centering on black woman writers and often coaxing members to ask questions and join the conversation.
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B,ack Several attendees said that the shared Black girls please read this understanding of cultural context makes for more interesting and rich discussions. Others said Well-Read Black Girl has introduced them to new writers. Amaka Iloegbunam, who sought out the book club after moving to New York from Georgia, echoes her sentiment.
Edim herself is also a draw. Edim mentions several thoughts for the future of Well-Read Black Girl, pleae she says is in its incubation phase: The festival will return in November.
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