This new memoir-writing group is for veterans and will feature local author and fellow veteran Nick Mann.
This community reading group will discuss N.K. Jemisin's How Long 'Til Black Future Month? and look at trends in Black genre fiction.
Frederick Gooding, a professor at Texas Christian University who earned his Ph.D. at Georgetown, discusses his book American Dream Deferred and Black federal workers in the postwar era.
Readers will be able to supplement Roxane Gay's Audacious Book Club with a virtual discussion under the Twitter hashtag #audaciousbooks.
D.C. teens will be able to talk to Ariel Atkins of the Washington Mystics and Soraya Nadia McDonald of The Undefeated.
Jennifer Packard and Amy Henderson will discuss the family of red-shouldered hawks that built a nest between Woodley and Cleveland Parks and enraptured a community.
The Fair Budget Coalition's presentation will cover the D.C. budget process, opportunities for participation, and how to get involved.
Ori Z. Soltes, a professor at Georgetown University, will discuss Shakespeare's Winter's Tale.
The late Les Payne published The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X before his death in 2018. His daughter Tamara will discuss the book with Errin Haines, Rochelle Riley, and DeWayne Wickham.
Author and illustrator Sharee Miller will read from Michelle's Garden: How the First Lady Planted the Seeds of Change. There is also a bonus as well, the first 50 attendees and families to show up will get free event admission and a free book option of Michelle's Garden and the books will be picked […]
Artist Rania Hassan discusses how she created her sculpture "Marker," a landmark in Downtown D.C.