It is evident that our reading list is lit. This is Coates’ second full-length book, which won the National Book Award and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
For an undisclosed conversation on sexual violence. Join us for a sociopolitical lesson as we conversate with author, Prof. Pumla Dineo Gqola at Toula’s Greek Restaurant, 17 June 2017 at 10:00 for 10:30.
We love fictions but with our current social climate, we appreciate authors who unlock our minds and show you what has always been and how you can influence change.
Rape: A South African Nightmare unpacks South Africa’s various relationships to rape, connections between rape culture and the shock/disbelief syndrome that characterizes public responses to rape.
For Toni Morrison to call the biography required reading is fitting for the heartfelt Ta-Nehisi Coates penned for his son.
We took a trip for coffee in the heart of South Africa to discuss ‘Between the world and me’ by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Hi there The Urbanippie Book Club (UBC) has been running for three months now. From the little experience of hosting prestigious monthly meetings. We’d love to share what we’ve mastered so far. When, how often, and where will your book club meet? Firstly, when picking a date, consider the club members schedules and ensure there are …
An ode to his mother. Trevor stays true to his roots in his heart-warming memoir.