Where Did Our Love Go-Black Love Is Forever Book Tour Atlanta May 14 2013
CNN, MSNBC, ESSENCE, JET, VIBE, TOM JOYNER, THE ROOT, AOL and ALL HIP HOP All Agree That This Book Is A Must Read!
Join Atlanta Contributors for an engaging discussion on the state of Black Relationships
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
503 Peeples Street, Atlanta, GA 30310
Purchase Tickets Here: http://writtenwineandwordsrobertson.eventbrite.com
The best selling book, “Where Did Our Love Go” offers insights and critiques about relationships in the African-American Community today. If features essays by prominent African-American figures such as a soul icon Anthony Hamilton, journalist Byron Pitts, and sociologist Dr. R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy. “Where Did Our Love Go,” examines an alarming trend and the implications it will have for Black America today as well as in the future. The contributors’ reflections on their own lives and loves provide unparalleled insight into this hot-button topic–in the hopes of generating understanding and healing.
What People Are Saying:
“ Gil Robertson’s book is nothing less than a public service. In an era where the decline of the African-American family and the estrangement of black women from black men are real and abiding dangers, this book reminds black folk of a simple, soul-saving truth: love is, still.” – Pulitzer Prize winner journalist Leonard Pitts
“In a time of warp speed living, Gil Robertson gives readers an ‘oasis of perspective’ to rest in-reconnecting with what we’re all born to do..LOVE.” –Actress & bestselling author, Victoria Rowell, Actress & bestselling author
“This revealing and inspiring anthology that brings together creative spirits who make you feel like old friends and confidants. They tell the “naked truth” about their personal love life’s including the rekindling of lost or neglected love to the forbidden and the heartbreaks. The intimate collection is truly an excellent read for inspiration and enjoyment.” –Gladys Smiley Bell, Director of Harvey Library – Hampton University
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