Attorney Alex Breland created the Visible Man Review, a book club for Black men where talk of culture, history and camaraderie is abundant

Por: Chicago Tribune Life September 22, 2022


The pandemic may have initially shut down a number of endeavors, but it reinforced the long-standing truth that reading is fundamental. One just has to show up to the Visible Man Review book club on the last Thursday of every month to bear witness to that. VMR includes diverse Black men, ages 30 to 75, featuring a cross-section of professions, including engineers, artists, art collectors, attorneys and educators. Attorney Alex Breland of Kenwood... + full article

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