EVENTS & GROUPS
- Tuesday Poetry Night & Open Mic - Every Tue. 8-10p $5 Cover
- Children's Story Time - 4th or 5th Sat at 3-4p - Oct. 27, Nov. 24, Dec 29
- Night Women Book Club - 1st Sat 3-5p- Sat Oct 6, Nov 3, Dec 1
- Fri. Sept. 28 - James Prince Book Signing - The Art and Science of Respect 12-1p. Free
- Sat. Sept. 29 - The Prep Factory Financial Aid 11a-1p $25 per family
- Sat. Sept. 29 - Film Screening: Business in the Black with Producer Anthony Brogdon, 5-7p $7
- Sat. Oct. 6 - Night Women Book Club Meeting 3-5p
- Sat. Nov. 3 - Writer’s Workshop 11a-1p
- Sat. Nov. 27 - Reading Wonderland, 3-6p
- Sat. Dec. 29 - Community Kwanzaa Celebration, 2-6p
- Thu. Oct. 4 - Pan-Africanism, Belonging, and Black Futures with Author Michelle Commander 6-9p TCU - Moudy South 320. The Dock Bookshop is the Bookseller at this event.
- Sat. Oct. 6 - Harambee Festival - FW
- Sat. Oct. 6 - State of the Community
- Sat. Oct. 6 - Pharoah Davis 50th Birthday Bash and Book Signing. The Dock Bookshop is the Bookseller at this event
- Sat. Oct. 18 - The Hate U Give Film Screening, 7p 7th Street Movie Tavern.
- Sat. Oct. 20 - Fort Worth Book Festival, 10a-6p TCC Trinity River Campus. Hate U Give Community Conversation, 1p 4th FL Energy Auditorium
- Sat. Oct. 20 - Caravan to the Ancestors, Galveston, TX
- Sat. Dec. 15 - Kwanzaa Fort Worth, 1-4p Austin Event Center
Park in the Garage from the Cherry Street Portal and park on Level 4 or as directed
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rap artist C-zar Wisemen is from Charlottesville, Virginia, representing the indie rap/ hip-hop label Philosophy Entertainment. Albums released are "Tha New Testament" and "Real Niggaz" added with an Ep titled "Revolution" as well as a few singles from his music catalog. C-zar also wanted to showcase his poetic side by releasing two poetry books called "Poetic Philosophy" under the name Derek Perkins and "Revolutionary" under his current name C-zar Wisemen. Acting is also a passion of his, and he has acted in a few indie films. C-zar Wisemen's aim is to inspire the black community to change for the better through his works.