Friday, June 9
Don’t Sleep Storyteller Series
Muleah Solange Books,
Indianapolis, IN

Thursday, June 8
Souls of Black Folks III: The Sisters are Alright
Painted Bride Art Center
Philadelphia, PA

Saturday, March 11
Turn The Page Book Club Anniversary Event
Richmond, VA


Saturday, January 16
“Launching New Dimensions of Service & Celebrating 108 Years of Sisterhood,” Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Metropolitan Detroit and Ann Arbor chapters Joint Founders’ Day Luncheon
Detroit Marriott Hotel Renaissance Ballroom
Detroit, MI

Wednesday, March 2
7 PM
Purdue University
Stewart Center, Room 302
West Lafayette, IN

Saturday, April 2
7 PM
Ohio Wesleyan
Delaware, MI

Thursday, April 7
6:30 PM
38th African American Heritage Festival
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

Saturday, April 23
National Leadership & Diversity Conference
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ

Wednesday, September 28
Noon and 6 PM
Princeton University
Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
Princeton, NJ

Tuesday, October 11
5 PM
University of Wisconsin
Women’s Center
Oshkosh, WI


Saturday, July 11
9 AM – 4 PM
Studio B
613 N. East St., Indianapolis

Monday, July 13
To Kill a Mockingbird Read-a-thon
6 – 6 PM (reading goes on all day)
Barnes & Noble
Stony Creek Marketplace
17090 Mercantile Blvd., Noblesville, IN

Saturday, July 18
Indiana Black Expo
2 PM – 4 PM
Author and Artists Cafe
Indiana Convention Center
100 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis.

Saturday, July 25
Book Reading and Signing
noon to 2 PM
Indy Reads Books
911 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis

Tuesday, July 28
Writers LIVE series: Reading and Signing (Hear Audio)
6:30 PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library – Edgar Allen Poe Room
400 Cathedral St.; Baltimore

Wednesday, July 29
Author Talk
6:30 PM
Busboys & Poets
14th & V, 2021 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC

Sunday, August 9
11 AM to 3 PM
Exittheapple Art Space
2334 Guilford Ave; Baltimore

Monday, August 10
Reading and Discussion
6 PM
Art Sanctuary
628 S. 16th St.; Philadelphia

Tuesday, August 11
Reading and Discussion
7 PM
Big Blue Marble Bookstore
551 Carpenter Lane; Philadelphia

Wednesday, August 12
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
172 Allen Street; New York

Wednesday, August 19
Book Reading and Signing
7:30 PM
Women and Children First
5233 N Clark St; Chicago (North)

Saturday, August 22
Ousamare Book Club (Private Event – Skype)
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
Charis Books and More
1189 Euclid Ave NE; Atlanta

Friday, August 28
Book Reading and Signing
7 PM
Hammonds House
503 Peeples St SW; Atlanta

Tuesday, September 8
Book Lovers Book Club (Private Event – Gary, Ind.)

Thursday, September 17
Book Reading and Signing
5 PM
Castleton Village Shopping Center
6697 E 82nd St.; Indianapolis

Saturday, September 19
Illiana Bas Bleu Book Club (Private Event – Gary, Ind.)

Sunday, September 20
The Sisters Are Alright Book Club (Private Event – Detroit)

Saturday, October 10
Book Reading and Signing
2 PM
57th Street Books
1301 E. 57th St.; Chicago (South)

Friday, December 4
Presentation: “Mad Women, Rump Shakers and Bad Mamas”
6:30 PM
Ohio University, Schoonover Center 145

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Tamara is available to speak about race and gender and their intersection with pop culture, politics and current events. Customize a lecture or workshop, or bring in one of her existing presentations.