On Friday, January 14, 7:00-9:00pm, the Massachusetts Black Librarians Network (MBLN), with support from BCALA-Connecticut and Amber Books, is planning an evening of art, refreshments, entertainment, books and conversation at the Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists located in Roxbury, a hsitorical Boston African-American neighborhood.
This event will feature its permanent exhibition, "Aspelta - A Nubian King's Burial Chamber." Local authors, including Melvin B. Miller, publisher of Boston's African-American weeklye newspaper, Bay State Banner, will be present with books to sell. BCALA will provide transportation from Back Bay Boston, the site of the meeting to the Museum.
Read the full Press Release from MBLN President, Em Claire Knowles