February 2021

The Grio – Barack Obama surprises Black book club, gushes over ‘fashion icon’ wife Michelle Obama

BET – Pres. Barack Obama Virtually Surprised Members Of MahoganyBooks And Very Smart Brothas Book Club

Very Smart Brothas – So…President Obama Showed Up to the Latest Very Smart Brothas x MahoganyBooks Book Club Meeting. Here’s What Happened

WUSA9 – Former President Barack Obama surprises members of local DC book club

People – Barack Obama Surprises Book Club to Talk About His Memoir, Career — and Michelle’s Inauguration Outfit

The Hill – Barack Obama to Michelle: ‘I understand completely why you are a fashion icon’

Yahoo News Canada Barack Obama opens up about the difficulty of ‘being a functioning Black person in America’ in surprise appearance

Daily Mail – Barack Obama crashes virtual D.C. book club meeting to answer questions about his new memoir, George Floyd and wife Michelle’s Inauguration Day outfit

January 2021

DCist – MahoganyBooks Is Accepting Submissions For A New Content Series Reflecting On 2020

The Root – Finding Purpose Through Literature on Nia, the Fifth Day of Kwanzaa

December 2020

WAMU – Jason Reynolds Bought His Inventory Of Books Sold At Local Shops So Readers Can Enjoy Them For Free

October 2020

The Root – Misty Copeland’s Bunheads Is for Children, but There’s a Message for Everyone at the Barre

August 2020

OprahMag – 12 Authors Share Their Favorite Black-Owned Bookstores

Romper – Misty Copeland’s New Book ‘Bunheads’ Will Inspire Kids To Face Their Fears

Kojo Nnamdi Show – What To Read For Summer 2020

July 2020

Washington Post – How the Spice Suite’s Angel Anderson would spend a perfect day in D.C.

June 2020

CBS News – MahoganyBooks owners urge readers to go “beyond the book” as activism grows

CBS News – Bookstore owners urge readers to go “beyond the book” as anti-racist titles fly off shelves

Kojo Nnamdi Show – Here’s A List Of Books On Race Recommended By Local Black-Owned Bookstores

People – Books to Read for a Better Understanding of Systemic Racism, Whiteness and the Black Experience