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On Tuesday, September 28th – Cramton Auditorium, on the campus of Howard University, will host two groundbreaking events.

The Poetry of Science: Discussions of the Beauty of Science
—- 12 noon, Tuesday, September 28th

Two of science’s luminaries converse on the  beauty of science.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and host of NOVA and evolutionary
biologist Richard Dawkins will explore the wonders of the cosmos and of life,
its origins, its inspirations, and why science is not just an option,
it is the only reality we possess.
Neil deGrasse Tyson: Tyson is the recipient of twelve honorary doctorates
and the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal. His contributions to the
public appreciation of the cosmos have been recognized by the
International Astronomical Union in their official naming of asteroid 13123 Tyson.
On the lighter side, Tyson was voted Sexiest Astrophysicist Alive by
People Magazine in 2000. Tyson is the first occupant of the Frederick P. Rose
Directorship of the Hayden Planetarium.

Richard Dawkins: Evolutionary biologist and former Charles Simonyi
Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University.
With his strong, determined, and tenacious advocacy of science, he has taken
on his critics with wit, humor and, most of all, evidence. Among his books
are The Greatest Show on Earth, The Ancestor’s Tale, The Selfish Gene,
The Blind Watchmaker, Unweaving the Rainbow, and The God Delusion.

There will be a book signing immediately after the lecture.

The public event is hosted by the Department of Physiology & Biophysics
of Howard University, The Richard Dawkins Foundation for
Reason and Science, and the Secular Students of Howard University.


Dialogue of Reason: Science and Faith in the Black Community
—  6:30pm, Tuesday, September 28th

A dialogue concerning the role of faith and science in the Black Community.
Faith has traditionally played a significant role among African Americans,
while science has been marginalized. It is time to confront the issues that
have kept Blacks out of the halls of science and confined to the pews.
Richard Dawkins along with Anthony Pinn, Sikivu Hutchinson, and others
will meet at Howard University to discuss the issues surrounding science
within the Black Community as well as the impediments imposed by
superstition and religious dogma.

Panelists include: Richard Dawkins, Anthony Pinn, Sikivu Hutchinson and Todd Stiefel.

There will be a book signing immediately after the lecture.

The public event is hosted by the Department of Physiology & Biophysics
of Howard University, The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science,
the Secular Students of Howard University, The James Randi Foundation
as well as other local and national secular groups.

Judith Thomas, GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS, INC; Mahogany Jones Public Relations;

Strebor Books & TABAQ BISTRO


Book Release Launch Party for “Hot Box”

The latest novel by New York Times Bestselling author


Saturday, August 7, 2010 at 10:00pm -3am

1336 U Street, N.W
Washington, DC

A Sensual Engagement that will bring out the Sexy in Everyone!

A Conversation with … Zane & Book Signing

followed by

Dancing, Hot Salsa, Tango, Steppin and more..…

For the Grown and Sexy!

Host: “ZANE”

Cost: $40.00 in advance includes autograph copy of her new book, “Hot Box”



Launch Parties will also take place in the following cities:

New Orleans :: Essence Festival – July 3, 2010
Atlanta, Georgia – July 31, 2010
Charlotte, North Carolina  – August 14, 2010
Chicago, Illinois –  August 19th
Philadelphia,PA – TBA
Newark, New Jersey – TBA
New York, New York – TBA

Contact Judith Thomas at 301-256-4801 or Mahogany Jones at 202-621-9819
Corporate and Media Sponsorship available


Zane is the New York Times Bestselling Author of eleven titles: Total Eclipse of the HeartDear G Spot: Straight Talk About Sex and LoveAfterburn, Skyscraper, Nervous, The Sisters of APF, Gettin’ Buck Wild: The Sex Chronicles 2, The Heat Seekers, Shame on it All, Addicted and The Sex Chronicles: Shattering the Myth. She is also an editor or a contributor to several other titles including: Love is Never PainlessCaramel Flava, Chocolate FlavaAnother Time, Another Place, Sensuality: Caramel Flava 2, Succulent: Chocolate Flava 2, Purple Panties, Missionary No More: Purple Panties 2, Breaking the Cycle, Blackgentlemen.com, Best American Erotica 2004, Best Black Women’s Erotica, Brown Sugar 2, Twilight Moods, Dark Dreams, and the essay collectionBecoming Myself: Reflections of Growing Up Female edited by Willa Shalit, the producer of the famous Vagina Monologues.