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Sun, Feb 18

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Loganberry Books

February Book Club

In honor of Black History Month, Cleveland poet and CMSD teacher, Quartez Harris joins us to read and discuss his award-winning collection of poems, WE MADE IT TO SCHOOL ALIVE, in conversation with Poets Against Racism & Hate USA cofounder Debbie Allen. A book signing follows the talk.

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February Book Club
February Book Club

Time & Location

Feb 18, 2024, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Loganberry Books, 13015 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44120, USA

About the event

Rebel Readers Book Club kicks off the 2024 season at Loganberry Books (13015 Larchmere in Shaker Heights, Ohio; www.loganberrybooks.com), on Sunday, February 18, at 3 pm. Honoring Black History Month with a stunning poetry collection originally published in 2020 called WE MADE IT TO SCHOOL ALIVE, by Cleveland writer and teacher Quartez Harris, who was subsequently named 2021 Poet of the Year by Ohio Poetry Association.

Teaching Cleveland said of the original collection, “You leave this collection a different person than when you entered, transformed, forever changed.”

Now, this transformational book is being re-released with new poems to be heard for the first time here! The discussion includes Poets Against Racism & Hate USA cofounder Debbie Allen on the role of poetry in communicating and connecting. Loganberry Books is offering 10% off an exclusive limited supply. Free and open to the public.

REBEL READERS BOOK CLUB SPRING SCHEDULE HELD AT LOGANBERRY BOOKS:

· BLACK HISTORY MONTH AUTHOR EVENT ON FEB 18 AT 3PM

WE MADE IT TO SCHOOL ALIVE, POETRY BY QUARTEZ HARRIS

· WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH BOOK TALK ON MAR 17 AT 3PM

The Queen of Sugar Hill BY RESHONDA TATE 

· ARAB HERITAGE MONTH BOOK TALK ON APR 21 AT 3PM

YOU EXIST TOO MUCH, A NOVEL BY ZAINA ARAFAT

· JEWISH HERITAGE MONTH BOOK TALK ON MAY 19 AT 3PM

Betty Friedan: Magnificent Disrupter BY RACHEL SHTEIR

We are grateful for the community partnership of the following organizations:

ADL-Cleveland, Loganberry Books, ND Miller Publishing, Poets Against Racism & Hate USA, ReKindle Fellowship, and The Sparrows Fortune

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