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Daryll Bryant was a featured speaker at the 2019 Harlem Book Fair, where he addressed a crowd of over 500 people and was interviewed by the Quarterly Black Book Review (QBR).
The Harlem Book Fair, which is free to the public, features over 250 exhibit booths, four stages, celebrity authors, bookselling, book signing, and storytelling.
The Harlem Book Fair was an opportunity for Daryll to connect with emerging leaders and encourage them to become successful leaders who deliver results.
Organized by QBR founder Max Rodriquez, the Harlem Book Fair started as a one-day affair in July 1999 with an attendance of nearly 800 people.
The 2005 Harlem Book Fair will feature publishers and writers selling books and engaging in provocative panel discussions throughout the day at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, as well as other Harlem venues.
The Harlem Book Fair, for instance, celebrates its sixth anniversary this year.
The overwhelmingly black crowd, estimated at 30,000, strolled the aisles and browsed at booths and tables of the 216 exhibitors of the annual Harlem Book Fair.
"The Harlem Book Fair gets bigger and richer with each year," he reported.
The Harlem Book Fair is only one of several such gatherings BIBR will attend throughout the year.
Harlem Book Fair: July 21-22, 2001, 135th Street between Lennox & Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, Harlem, USA.