Keep the country's oldest black-owned bookstore in San Francisco

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Sandra Holmes
7 years ago
Knowledge is empowering. I admire Dick Gregory who chides African people for not investing more time in reading and analizing our materials..

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Aliya Headen BSN RN
7 years ago
Bastions of Afro-American history should always be supported and celebrated. I have never been to this store but it's historical relevance to our journey as a people in this country is beautiful to me.

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Barry Ruffin
7 years ago
This resource to unfiltered, non culturally biased reading material should remain relevant

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Marlo Muhammad
7 years ago
Love Black bookstores

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Carl Johnson
7 years ago
Due to the ongoing efforts to subdue or eradicate anything of Black historical significance, its imperative to hold onto the ones that are left.

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Sage Feather
7 years ago
Its been a part of our family history to patronize this bookstore.

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Nicky McCatty
7 years ago
Bricks & mortar bookstores, bring culturally committed spenders into their business districts. They also attract people who actually vote.

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Phyllis Reid
7 years ago
We are losing our heritage by not educating our children! Other cultures/races support each other! WAKE UP PEOPLE!

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Stacey Harris
7 years ago
IT'S A GREAT STORE!

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Tahnee Barbee
7 years ago
I not only love books but I also really love the history of my people and think that this bookstore is an important part of that.