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The 2010 Little Black Book Of Success Washington, DC Tour

In April 2010, author Elaine Meryl Brown, Rhonda Joy McLean and Marsha Haygood came to Washington, DC to promote their new book "The Little Black Book Of Success."  One of the stops was at famed radio station WHUR 96.3, where the ladies were guests on the "The Daily Drum" radio show with host Harold Fisher.


Left to Right:  Photo #1 Rhonda, Marsha, Harold Fisher and Elaine.  Photo #2:  Rhonda, Gary Johnson, Marsha and Elaine

Left to Right:  Authors Elaine Meryl Brown, Rhonda Joy McLean, Store Manager Leo Gordy and Author Marsha Haygood at Borders Books in Largo, MD

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2009 Congressional Black Caucus Events

Men To Boys Forum Hosted by Congressman Elijah E. Cummings

Left to Right:  Filmmaker Janks Morton, Jeff Johnson (BET), CNN Education Contributor Dr. Steve Perry, Author/Youth Advocate LaMarr Darnell Shields and Black Men In Publisher Gary Johnson.


Left to Right - Photo #1:  Actress/Comedienne Meshelle--"The Indie-Mom of Comedy" and Black Men In Publisher Gary Johnson.  Photo #2: Correspondent Vanessa Werts and Meshelle.

Photos from the Black Book Coalition Event at the Ulah Café in DC


(Photos courtesy Lee McDonald)

About the Founders: 

MahoganyBooks -  created by an enterprising husband and wife duo in the Washington DC area, MahoganyBooks is positioned to become the premier online destination for all books relevant to the African Diaspora.  Coupling a dynamic social networking community, robust inventory selection, easy to use website and provocative literary content, MahoganyBooks is the ideal online bookstore dedicated to "Books, Community, Words & You."

The Renaissance Group, LLC - comprised of Lee McDonald (former Karibu Marketing Director) and Charlotte Reid (CEO/Founder of Intimate Interiors) is a strategic marketing and event management firm.  With over 30 years of outstanding professional event development and implementation experience, TRG specializes in communications, brand development, public relations and community outreach.

Hurston/Wright Foundation - is the nation's resource center for writers, readers, and supporters of Black literature. The only organization of its kind that provides culturally sensitive services and guidance for Black writers at every stage of their development.


Photos from the Washington, DC area debut of LeDroit's Home Team by Will Gorham


(From left to right)  Photo #1:  Author and playwright Will Gorham and Gary Johnson at the premier of LeDroit's Home Team at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theater.  Photo #2:  Ronnie Mitchell congratulates Will G.  Photo #3:  Actor Chester West, Gary Johnson and Actor Stan McKinney after the play.  Photo #4:  Actor Stephanie Carlton, Will Gorham and actor Saletha Gipson congratulate Gorham after the play. 

Negro League Legend James Tillman, Sr. and Gary Johnson enjoy the play and the LeDroit Park art display.  Tillman played for the Washington Homestead Grays in the Negro League.

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(From left to right)  Photo #1:  Authors Aaron Blake, Christopher Cokley and LaDawn Black pose for a picture.  Photo #2:  Blake, Cokley and Black holding court.  Photo #3:  Comedian Vic Christian, Chris Cokley and Aaron Blake.


Photo #1:  Bestselling author LaDawn Black and Black Men In Founder Gary Johnson.  Photo #2:  Comedian Vic Christian and LaDawn

Photos From The Seventh Annual Black Memphis Black Writers Conference & Southern Film Festival

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(Photo 1) Blackonomics author James Clingman, best-selling author T.J. Butler and Black Men In founder, Gary Johnson.  (Photo 2) Author Damita Shaw (Can Broken Wings Still Fly? and Fruity Fur) with Gary Johnson.   (Photo 3) Gary Johnson and film Director J. D. Hawk.  Hawk directed the critically acclaimed film "Wounded Heart."  (Photo 4)  Producer/Writer/Actor Tina Andrews and Black Men In Founder Gary Johnson.

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(Photo 1)  Actor and film producer Errol Anthony Wilks and Black Men In Founder Gary Johnson.  (Photo 3)  Gary Johnson with BWC Director Lawrence Wayne at Peabody Place.   (Photo 3)  Members of the film "The Greater Ambition."  Left to Right:  Director Gordon S. Williams and actors Tony McNary, David Wesson and Errol Anthony Wilks.

Street Tales of Terror

(From left to right)  Gary Johnson and author John A. Wooden (A Moment of Justice, A Lifetime of Vengence)


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