Rapper and Community Activist Noname follows in the footsteps of her mom by opening a Free Bookstore in Chicago

Rapper and Community Activist Noname follows in the footsteps of her mom by opening a Free Bookstore in Chicago

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Source: Ryan Muir / The FADER

Back in 1990, Desiree Sanders opened an Afrocentric bookstore in Chicago. It functioned not only as a Black owned business but a way to provide Black people with books that focused on Black stories. Twenty-one years later her daughter has followed in her footsteps by opening a bookstore in Chicago.  

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