From the African American Public Radio Consortium, Board Certified physician, Dr. Veita Bland’s 30 minute interview with Author, Jeremy Johnson.
Mark your Calendars everyone. This is one show you do not want to miss. I have the honor of being Imani Vanzap’s special guest this Thursday. Sometimes, we all could use some help to “FIX OUR SHIT!”
If you believe in stereotypes, then men, especially African American men, tend to often confuse intimacy and sex. One brother, Jeremy Johnson, a writer, educator, performing artist and Certified Life Coach, set out on a mission to find out what his brothers, of all sexual orientations, are really thinking. Johnson’s publishing company, Applaud You Talent Group, LLC, is weeks away from releasing his new book, Intimacy From His View-What Black Men Have to Say About Intimacy.
In Intimacy from His View, Jeremy takes readers on a journey of exploration in true no-holds barred fashion. “I wrote this book to be able to create a safe space for people of color, especially black men, to be able to have much needed dialogue,” says debut author Jeremy Johnson. Through research, interviews, commentary and his own brand of humor, Johnson invites everyone interested in discovering what black men have to say about intimacy to pull up a chair, grab a cocktail and sit for a bit.
The official book launch and signing will be held on Sunday December 13th, 2020 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Ohio River South, 115 MLK Jr. Drive SW, Suite 225A, Second Floor, Atlanta, GA, 30303. Influencer Yentle Marie and New York Times best-selling author J.L. King will be the special guest host. Jeremy Johnson will bring his musical stage persona J’Da Prynce to life with live performances throughout the evening. Catering will be provided by ABO Events. Author Jeremy Johnson will be available for press interviews and photos upon request. Intimacy From His View-What Black Men Have to Say About Intimacy will be available for purchase at this event.
You must RSVP here due to limited seating. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed during this event.