Added Nov 25 2017

It opens Monday in Germantown: Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books, in the 5400 block of Germantown Avenue, near Germantown Friends School. It’s a sunny, homey spot filled with chairs and couches...

...critically about race,” Hill said. “He moved up North to Philadelphia. He lived right on 12th Street and Diamond, one block from my office at Temple right now. I would go to Uncle Bobbie...

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November 25, 2017
    Uncle of CNN's Marc Lamont Hill inspires Germantown bookstore/coffee shop | Jenice Armstrong
    We're lucky if we get that one person in life who nudges us to think critically. I had my parents, both educators. I also had a journalism professor at Howard University, the late Sam Yette, Newsweek magazine's first black Washington, D.C., correspondent, author of The Choice: The Issue of Black Survival in America.
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