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CFM BOOK CLUB MARCH 2021

In March 2021, the CFM Monthly Online Bookclub will review Chika Unigwe’s “On Black Sisters Street” and we are excited to announce that she would be joining us for the book discussion as well!

On Black Sisters Street tells the haunting story of four very different women who have left their African homeland for the riches of Europe and who are thrown together by bad luck and big dreams into a sisterhood that will change their lives. Each night, Sisi, Ama, Efe, and Joyce stand in the windows of Antwerp’s red-light district, promising to make men’s desires come true only for half an hour.

They offer their bodies to strangers but their hearts to no one, each focused on earning enough to get herself free, to send money home, or to save up for her own future. Drawn together by Sisi’s murder, the women must choose between their secrets and their safety.

Date: Saturday, March 6, 2021

Time: 4pm WAT (UTC +1)

Venue: Zoom

Kindly click on this link to make a one-time registration if you have not done so earlier https://bit.ly/3iT9GJW

We have copies of On Black Sisters Street and Night Dancer at the Centre for Memories. Kindly visit us at No 2 Awgu Street off Umuoji Street, Independence Layout, Enugu.

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