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Our Partners

MVmedia values the bookstores that share our books with their local communities. Check out our partners and support your local bookstores as you enjoy our amazing titles. 

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We are the Blerd-ish Podcast and Book store. We are a couple of "blerds" who love comics, movies, music, art, and anime. One of our goals is to highlight as many independent creators through our podcast, website, comic pop up and distribution, and social media.  Our store will focus on many titles from diverse creators first, Sci-fi and fantasy, and kids titles and more.  Check our website for our podcast, diverse indie comics, and merch.  

Madison Books
254 SW Range Ave.
Madison, FL 32340

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Madison Used Books is a cozy local bookstore in historic downtown Madison Florida where you can find a selection of new and used books. As a mom and pop shop that loves fantasy and science fiction, we carry a wide selection that includes independent authors, including locals, and some of our personal favorites. Readers from surrounding rural counties in north Florida and Valdosta, Georgia travel to visit our new store. We have authors speaking in the upcoming months and hope to have more willing to travel for our small community. Come visit!

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

Medu Bookstore is one of the largest African-American owned businesses in Atlanta Georgia
and was featured in Atlanta Tribune Magazine 2018 Best of Atlanta.
Medu, meaning “the power of the word,” is the second largest African-American owned bookstore in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Nubian Bookstore
1540 Southlake Parkway
Suite 7A
Morrow, GA  30260

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Nubian Bookstore is your number one source for African American books, artwork, dvds, Divine 9, Masonic and Order of the Eastern Star paraphernalia.

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Sankofa Video Books Cafe
2714 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001, USA
(202) 234-4755 Store | (202) 588-7061 Cafe

Founded by Shirikiana and Haile Gerima and named after the internationally acclaimed film SANKOFA they produced. It's symbol, the Sankofa Bird, looks backward constantly checking as she moves into the future.

Sankofa Video, Books & Cafe is liberated territory that hopes to be a place where thoughtful consideration of the past and future can take place via books, films, and programming particularly generated by and about people of African Descent.

Ujamaa Community Bookstore
2714 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001, USA
(202) 234-4755 Store | (202) 588-7061 Cafe

"To build our own businesses, control the economics of our own community and share in its work and wealth."

Ujamaa encourages self-reliance by way of strengthening and controlling the economics of our own community.

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