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AAMBC “I AM CREATIVE Grant” Winner Announced

By aambcinc / May 29, 2024 / 0 Comments

William F. Spivey Awarded The AAMBC “I Am Creative” Grant Atlanta, Georgia – [May 28, 2024] – The African American on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) is thrilled to announce that William F. Spivey, an accomplished author and passionate advocate for equality, has been awarded the prestigious AAMBC “I Am Creative” Grant. This grant recognizes … Read more

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16th AAMBC Literary awards nominees revealed

By aambcinc / April 11, 2024 / 0 Comments

Prepare to cheer as the 16th Annual AAMBC Literary Awards shines a spotlight on literary excellence, revealing winners across poetry, influencer recognition, reader favorites, and captivating film and audio genres! See the nominees below and prepare your vote. Winners are announced live in Atlanta during Black Writers Weekend on Aug 4, 2024. Get your tickets … Read more

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Her Style. Her Voice. Her Way. A Fly Girl Mixer. Celebrating Creative Black Women: Ebony of Arts

By aambcinc / March 7, 2024 / 0 Comments

🌟 Ebony of Arts: A Fly Girl Mixer Celebrating Black Creative Women 🌟 March 23, 2024, Atlantucky, Atlanta, GA — Mark your calendars for a night of empowerment and celebration at the highly anticipated “Ebony of Arts” event, a vibrant gathering that honors the brilliance of Creative and Entrepreneurial Black Women in Visual Art, Entertainment, … Read more

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Celebrating Diversity and Defying Bans: Post-Event Coverage of the Blacklisted Banned Book Fair

By aambcinc / March 7, 2024 / 0 Comments

The Blacklisted Banned Book Fair, presented by Black Writers Weekend and NBAF on Feb 24–25, was a powerful testament to the resilience of storytelling and the importance of embracing diverse narratives. From passionate authors sharing the origins of their books to engaged parents fostering a love for reading in their children, the event was a … Read more

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NBAF Announces 2024 Black History Month Program: 

By aambcinc / January 30, 2024 / 0 Comments

Blacklisted! Banned Book Fair on February 24 & 25, 2024 in partnership with black writers weekend  ATLANTA, GA, January 30, 2024 – NBAF proudly announces our Black History Month program, Blacklisted! Banned Book Fair + Conference in partnership with the Morehouse College Movement Memory and Justice Project, South Fulton Arts, United Against Book Bans, the … Read more

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Unlocking My Creativity at AAMBC

By aambcinc / December 19, 2023 / 0 Comments

Unlocking My Creativity at AAMBC As someone struggling to find my place in the design community, I knew I just needed to get myself out there and find my creative itch but to find a community of other well-minded individuals who would help and push me. Being in school one would think, “Well that is … Read more

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From Setbacks to Triumphs: My Transformative Journey with AAMBC, Inc. and the Power of Perseverance in Pursuing Dreams

By aambcinc / December 12, 2023 / 1 Comment

The year was 2022 and I didn’t know what path to take. After planning a major move to California, quitting my job (finally), ready to make my dreams come true, and just go for it, well let’s just say it didn’t happen. Everything started to fall apart. My spirit was crushed. After I cried my … Read more

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“It all started with a Tweet!” Embracing Opportunity: My Journey with AAMBC Inc.

By aambcinc / November 27, 2023 / 0 Comments

It all started with a single tweet. Tamika, the visionary founder of AAMBC Inc., sent out a blast on Twitter, calling out to writers and creatives. Little did I know that this seemingly ordinary message would catalyze a transformative journey. As fate would have it, my boyfriend spotted Tamika’s tweet and took a chance by … Read more

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Embracing New Beginnings: My Journey with AAMBC Inc and Lit Diaries”

By aambcinc / November 20, 2023 / 0 Comments

As I navigated through significant life changes — a divorce, moving out on my own, and the quest to rediscover my identity — I stumbled upon a transformative experience at Lit Diaries on March 21st, 2023. This particular open mic night aimed to rekindle my love for performing spoken word poetry, and little did I know that it would … Read more

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Transformative Year: From Imposter Syndrome to Empowered Ghostwriter

By aambcinc / November 13, 2023 / 0 Comments

Introduction: Who would have thought that a mere twelve months could completely reshape the lens through which I view life? As a disabled African-American woman, my journey has been one defined by embracing change and seizing unexpected opportunities. The pinnacle of earning my PhD should have been a time of unbridled elation, yet it ushered … Read more

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