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3760DLT authors sign books in D.C. at historic anniversary event

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  • Wendy Coakley-Thompson
    Jul 11, 2008
      Please see the message below from Monica Carter Tagore,
      one of the Divine Literary Tour's organizers and, if you're in DC,
      come and check us out at the Alpha Kappa Alpha Centennial!


      Wendy Coakley-Thompson, Ph.D.
      Author, Back to Life and
      What You Won't Do For Love

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      Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 6:57 PM
      Subject: DLT authors sign books in D.C. at historic anniversary event

      The Divine Literary Tour


      Toschia Moffett, (254) 371-9898

      July 11, 2008

      History-making tour to be a part
      of milestone anniversary event

      Washington, DC -- The Divine Literary Tour will bring exciting
      authors to this city as part of the celebration surrounding
      the 100th anniversary of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

      The Divine Literary Tour is a first-of-its-kind tour of
      authors coming together to promote literacy, unity and
      the diversity on the African-American color literary landscape.

      The Divine Literary Tour includes both nonfiction
      and fiction authors, as well as poets.

      Authors who will be a part of the D.C. festivities include
      Bern Nadette Stanis, who played Thelma on CBS' 'Good Times',
      award winner Thomas Brooks and performance poet Marc Lacy.
      Other authors include Latasha Hines, Richard James, Dr. Gregory
      Parks, Trice Hickman, LaShon Williams, Dr. Wendy Coakley-Thompson,
      Fred Williams, Rhonda Lawson, Monique Miller and Sylvester Lee.

      The Divine Literary Tour will be at the Alpha Kappa Alpha
      Centennial Celebration at the Washington Convention
      Center daily, today through July 17, at booth 731.

      Authors will autograph their books
      and answer readers' questions.

      Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest historically- black sorority in
      the United States, and celebrates 100 years of service in a
      weeklong D.C. celebration that will include a range of events.

      The Divine Literary Tour, founded in 2005, includes members of the
      black Greek organizations, including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

      In addition to celebrating authors, the tour
      raises money for scholarships to support needy
      but deserving students who want a higher education.

      To learn more about The Divine
      Literary Tour, visit www.thedivineliterarytour.com.

      With intention and purpose,

      Monica Carter Tagore
      President, RootSky Creative
      Publisher, Knowledge Wealth Series

      Elevate your business instinct.
      A resource for creative entrepreneurs.

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