8th annual BLACK HISTORY for CHILDREN BOOK EXHIBIT 2022

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8th annual BLACK HISTORY for CHILDREN BOOK EXHIBIT 2022

The Black History For Children Book Exhibit is a community and cultural event to promote literacy and the study of Black History.

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Carver Library 3350 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX 78220

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  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

In celebration of Black History Month, the Pan-African Cultural Community and MAAT Bookstore is sponsoring the 8th annual Black History for Children Book Exhibit at the Carver Library on Saturday, February 25, 2023 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The purpose of the Black History for Children Book Exhibit is to increase our children knowledge of Black History and to encourage the development of good reading habits and skills.

At this event, we will display Black History Books for Children, provide a recommended reading list on Black History, share information to improve our children reading skills, and reading time with special guest. In addition, we will have a FREE BLACK HISTORY BOOK GIVEAWAY.

To assist with the FREE BLACK HISTORY BOOK GIVEAWAY, we invite individuals, businesses and organizations to make a $13 donation for the purchase of a Black history book. The children in attendance will be allowed to choose from a selection of Black history books such as "Book of Black Heroes: Great Women in the Struggle"; "Book of Black Heroes From a to Z"; "Book Of Black Heroes: Scientists, Healers & Inventors"; and "Who is the Greatest African." From these books, our youth will be encouraged to read and learn about the inspiring lives and contributions of historical and contemporary African Americans.

For your support and contribution your name will be listed in the book with other donors. So our children will know the community people that supports their knowledge of Black history and literacy.

For more information contact Baba Aundar at 210.560.3622

Pan-African Cultural Community is a nonprofit organization that produces cultural programs to educate and empower our community.

Thank you for your support