The Blk Grrrl Book Fair has been postponed until September.
Blk Grrrl Book Fair is an annual event that promotes writing, feminism and veganism and a publishing and archiving nonprofit organization that began in 2014. We archive via digitally and print women poets, writers and artists of African descent. We give women who are members of the African diaspora who are native English, Spanish, Creole and French speaking from the Caribbean, South America, Central America, North America and Continental Africa who live in the New Jersey and New York areas the opportunity to curate and participate in art and literary events.
Our goal is to document and empower the women and girl experience of people who are members of the African diaspora and living or have lived on the East Coast of the United States.
To accomplish our goals:
We have an annual book fair.
We have vegan feminist dinners and brunches for the community.
We give theme driven poetry and writing workshops.
We do “Read-Alouds” to introduce the public to works by women of African descent.
We have six open readings throughout the year.
We have four closed readings.
We produce a podcast and vlog that showcases an interviews women artists of African descent.
We also host four Wikepedia-Edit-athons a year.
The Blk Grrrl Book Fair founded by Teka-Lark Lo.
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Please check out the great PRESS we’ve have gotten.
Blk Grrrl Book Fair is a 501c(3) nonprofit and any donations are tax deductible. Our EIN is 81-4652020.