Lectures & Signing at Greenbriar Mall


Sat, April 18th 2:00-5:00pm

Dr. Rachel Mitchum Elahee

Choose You! is an insightful guide, laced with humor. This book helps women refocus their lives to make themselves the priority. Fondly referred to as Dr. Rae, Dr. Rachel Mitchum Elahee's coaching strategies provide a proactive approach for reigniting personal satisfaction, professional productivity, and happiness. Practical and convenient, it's the perfect length for the busy woman.

Thursday, April 23rd 6:00-8:00pm

Lecture - T. Owens Moore Ph.D.

The Science Of Melanin
Provides a thorough background on melanin research and offers a comprehensive analysis on a broad range of social and scientific issues related to melanin.

Dre Parker

Sat, April 25th 2:00-5:00pm

The 4 Cornerstones of Your Success: Building A Life Beyond Your Imagination

The 4 Cornerstones of Your Success: Building A Life Beyond Your Imagination is a culmination of the success that Life promises each of us, if we just work hard for it. In this intriguing book, Dre Parker, summarizes how Faith, Family, Fitness and Finance – all four characteristics together - attribute to a well-balanced success that is rarely discussed or even achieved. Each of us knows someone, maybe even ourselves, who has accomplishments in one or more of these aspects. However, to realize measureable success in all four of these areas is an achievement that few people ever reach, or even consider. There are people who are financially independent, but their private family life is a wreck. There are those who are in great physical shape, but their finances are deplorable. There are those who have enough faith to move a mountain, and their family supports them, but their health is on the back burner until a medical emergency arises. So, to have success in each of Parker’s four “Cornerstones” would actually be “A Life Beyond Imagination.”

Tinzley Bradford

Sunday, April 26th 3:00-5:30pm

The Settle-Free Dating Method for Women: A beacon of life and hope not only for single mothers but for all women! Tinzley’s Settle-Free Dating Method will SET YOU FREE! "AND YOU WANNA SEE MY FEET" was the book based on the popular lifestyle blog by top relationship coach Tinzley Bradford. The quirky name of her blog came from an unfortunate encounter from one of her many pursers who wanted to judge her worthiness based on her feet when he wasn't even up to her level to himself. Tinzley is known for her no non-sense advice for single women. A single mother herself, she's the daughter of a single mother and the mother of a single mom and for her the cycle ends now! The Settle-Free Dating Method is more than just a dating guide...This is a way to conquer your relationship life and make it fun, healthy and spicy so you get the love you deserve! Because YOU ARE MORE

Thursday, April 30th 6:00-8:00pm

The Egyptian Origins of Washington, D.C. is a series of books that take a discursive and interpretive look at Africa's influence on America's capital. Volume I, subtitled African Gods in America's Capital, shows in detail where the faces of two ancient Egyptian gods can be seen in the urban plan, street layout, of America's capital. Volume II, subtitled The Sacred Feminine and How Washington, D.C. births Knowledge and Law through the Sancity of an African Goddess, shows in detail the sacred African feminine and how that concept was used to birth knowledge and law via the urban plan of Washington, D.C. Lastly, Volume III, subtitled Planispheres of the Gods or the Lost Art of Ancient Africans Rediscovered, shows the original idea of the White House etched in stone and other governmental and sacred arts not seen in centuries. These books are gamechangers with regard to Egypt's and Nubia's influence on the creation of Washinton, D.C. These ideas, coming from Africa, the Founding Fathers of America had to be aware of --through this series of books Earle C. Mitchell, III gives us a glimpse into the ancient African arts that still guide us, and America, today.

Medu Bookstore
Greenbriar Mall
2841 Greenbriar Pkwy. SW,
Atlanta, GA, 30331

Medu, meaning “the power of the word,” is the second largest African-American owned bookstore in Atlanta, Georgia. Since December 5, 1989, it’s owner, Nia Damali has maintained a high level of customer service and satisfaction to not only the Greenbriar Mall

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Events Schedule

Our 23rd Pre-Anniversary Signing on Sunday, Nov. 23rd 3-5pm
Hosted by the Buckhead/Cascade City Chapter of the Links