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The Voice of the Black Community
Author Reading and Book Signing
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Date: March 2, 2014

Location: Show map
Zetas of Charlotte House
4248 Beatties Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28216

Contact: La Toya Hankins
Phone: 980-229-9468
Email: latoya.hankins@yahoo.com
Site: www.latoyahankins.com

Former Charlotte resident and author La Toya Hankins will read from and sign copies of her latest novel, K:Rho-The Sweet Taste of Sisterhood. Hankins' novel deals with the issue of sorority life, LGBT issues and the power of friendship. Hankins will also discuss her first novel, SBF Seeking which is based in North Carolina and features the CIAA weekend as one of the major plotlines. SBF Seeking takes the reader on a journey of self-awareness and self-acceptance. Hankins will sell and sign copies of both of her books and a portion of the evening proceeds will be given to Charlotte area non-profits. Attendance is free and refreshments will be provided.




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