Black-owned bookstores on a mission to improve literacy

By , Daily Memphian Updated: February 28, 2022 1:37 PM CT | Published: February 27, 2022 7:55 PM CT

“In a city that is more than 60% African American, I couldn’t believe that there weren’t any Black-owned bookstores,” Jeremee DeMoir said before opening DeMoir Books and Things on White Station Road. 


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Jasmine McCraven

Jasmine McCraven

Jasmine McCraven considers herself to be a music enthusiast and believes that she makes the best playlists ever. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State, but couldn’t wait to move back home to Memphis for the best food and culture in Tennessee.


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