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Preserve the Heritage...Embrace the Experience!
Preserve the Heritage...
Embrace the Experience!

Hayti Lit Book Club – Every 4th Thursday

This New Series Explores classic literature that reflects the Black Experience in America. In our first year, we start with Classics in the American Canon. Every 4th Thursday of the month, we will discuss the themes that occur in each classic , supported by facilitators and highlighted with discussions, readings, and performances from each work.

Up Next!

1619 by Nicole Hannah-Jones

Thursday, Nov. 17th @ 7pm

(virtual only)

We are working in partnership with Durham County Library! Find your favorite selection @ Your local Library!

Items will be either (or all) of the following:

Book (regular old paper-page books)

Ebooks (to download and read on a kindle, phone, computer, etc)

Audiobooks (download the book and listen through your device)

CD (audio books on CD that you can listen to in your car, etc)

Go to @ Durham Library & let’s get Lit!

Black Unicorn by Audre Lorde – Sept. 22nd

Beloved by Toni Morrison – Oct. 27th

Book | Ebook | Audiobook (downloadable & CD)

1619 Project – Nov. 17th

Book | Ebook | Audiobook (downloadable)

A Treasury of African American Christmas Stories by Bettye Collier Thomas- Dec. 15th

Book | Ebook

Past Books

Devil in A Blue Dress by Walter Moseley – Jan. 27th

Book | Ebook

All About Love by Bell Hooks – Feb. 24th

Book | Ebook

Color Purple by Alice Walker – March 24th

Book | Ebook | Audiobook (downloadable & CD)

For Colored Girls by Ntozake Shange- April 28th


The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin- May 26th

Book | Ebook | Audiobook (downloadable & CD)

Blues People by Amiri Baraka – June 23rd

The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah- July 28th

Book | Ebook

Kindred by Octavia E. Butler- Aug. 25th

Book | Ebook | Audiobook (downloadable)

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