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Great Black History Month programming at the Richmond Hill Public Library!

The surest cure for the winter blahs is a full social life, so pull out those calendars once more–February is looking up!

Fans of Pamela Mordecai will be pleased to hear that she has another reading lined up. On Monday, February 7, 2011, Pamela will take part in Richmond Hill Public Library’s Black History Month celebrations, reading selections from her own short stories and poetry. For more information on Pamela’s reading, click on the thumbnail of the poster (below, left), or visit the library’s event page. (The details about Pamela’s previously announced February reading are here.)

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Three days later, on Thursday, February 10th, acclaimed YA author and former diplomat Martin Mordecai will take part in a Black History Month panel discussion that aims to inspire. Join Martin and fellow panelists Christopher Bullen, Joel Gorden, and Rhonda McEwen as they talk about breaking down barriers. Information about the discussion and the panelists can be found by clicking on the event poster (below, left), or visiting the Richmond Hill Public Library’s event announcement.

What a great panel! Acclaimed YA author and former diplomat M... on Twitpic

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