Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Thanks from the Sacramento Black Book Fair

2015 SBBF Poster with all
Kente thank youGreetings all, thank you for supporting the 2nd Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair (SBBF). We Did It! Yes we hosted another successful and fun Black Book Fair, June 5-7, 2015 in historic Oak Park, Sacramento, CA.
Special thanks to all the authors, co-sponsors, our partners, venue hosts, community readers, volunteers, the media and community members for supporting the 2nd Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair.
Below are a few helpful links to a podcasts developed by podcaster Julie Parker, beautiful photos taken by our volunteer photographers: Tamara Knox, Ryan, White, and Darryl White and You-Tube videos created by Faye.
Also the Sacramento Observer featured the SBBF in the June 11-17, 2015 edition with a great story and beautiful photos. Pick –up your copy for only .75 cent at underground books or at the Sacramento Observer.
Celebrate our accomplishments, rest and get ready for the 3rd Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair, June 3-5, 2016.
· Link to podcast by Julie Parker: http://tinyurl.com/qbdxrqn
· Link to the 1st You Tube video: http://youtu.be/iz_3FX0-AVU-
· Link to the 2nd You Tube video: http://youtu.be/cDsvhBeH8Nk
· Link to the 3rd You Tube video: http://youtu.be/xdc-C3k_5aA
· Link to the 4th You Tube video: http://youtu.be/2JeR0HDDlss
· Link to the 5th You Tube video: http://youtu.be/HTGQYLhMMlo
· Link to view the photos of SBBF https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10205452077955334.1073741930.1051981420&type=1&l=fa3b0386eb
Save these dates: 3rd Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair, June 3-5, 2016.
From The SBBF Planning Group
Thank YOU!!!
2015 Co-Sponsors/Community Partners:
African Research Institute
Black United Fund of Sacramento Valley
The Black Group
Brickhouse Art Gallery
Blue Nile Press
City of Sacramento – Neighborhood Services Department
Friends of the Sacramento Public Library
Roberts Family Development Center
Sacramento Area Black Caucus
Sacramento City Councilmember Allen Warren
The Sacramento City Teachers Association
Sacramento City Councilmember Steve Hansen
Sacramento City Councilmember Rick Jennings, III
Sacramento City Councilmember Jay Schenirer
Teichert Foundation
The Talking Drums News
Colonial Heights Library Affiliated Friends
Kakwasi Somadhi
Underground Books
Drexel University Sacramento
Sacramento Juneteenth, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.,Eta Gamma Omega Chapter
Sacramento Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
Fred and Ruth Foote
ZICA Creative and Literary Guild
Center for African Peace & Conflict Resolution, CSUS
Black Humanists and Non-Believers of Sacramento
Sacramento Section- The National Council of Negro Women
Mary McLeod Bethune Readers are Leaders Club
Tracy & Symia Stigler
Young Scholars –Calvary Christian Center
Sacramento Poetry Center
Sister to Sister Book Group
100 Black Men of Sacramento
Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services
Brenda’s Mane Event
Black Parallel School Board
Literary Ladies Alliance
The Merritt Law Clinic
Sisters Quilting Collective
NIA –Women of Purpose
Leslie & Faye Wilson Kennedy
Sacramento Chapter-Black Child Development Institute
Pam Haynes
Black Images Book Club
The Borden Family
OBBC (Book Club)
Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce
Allegro Book Club
Sacramento Public Library Foundation
The California Endowment
The Office of Campus Community Relations, University of California, Davis
Los Rios Community College District
Roy Kaufman
Sacramento Observer Newspapers
California Black Chamber of Commerce
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
Dr. Tchaka Muhammed
Crystal Bowl
Brenda & Keith Dabney
The Scott Family
Dorothy Benjamin & Family
Sacramento Chapter of The Links Incorporated
Phil Nelson & Family
Wiley Manuel Bar Association
Endorsed by:
Mayor Kevin Johnson
Women's Civic Improvement Club
Oak Park United Methodist Church
Guild Theater
Sacramento City Unified School District
Sacramento Public Library
Assembly member Kevin McCarty
California Legislative Black Caucus
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento Area Youth Speaks (SAYS)
Sojourner Truth Art Museum

1 comment:

  1. We attended an event here last month. As I didn’t eat anything, I cannot comment on the food at party halls in Bay area, but I'm sure it's as good as the other facilities here.