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Soulful Chicago Book Fair

61st Street & Eberhart, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Sun, Jul 16 2017

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61st Street & Eberhart, Chicago, Illinois, United States 61st Street & Eberhart, Chicago, Illinois, United States
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About our event

The Soulful Chicago Book Fair is our way of renewing excitement around literacy and literary arts in the Black community. July 16, 2017 will feature four blocks of literary power, with over 100 Black authors and literary organizations including: An "Honoring Our Elders," opening procession, blocks categorized by genre, storytelling, youth essay contest prizes, jazz & soul performances, house music, a New Author Tribute Ceremony, participating author commercials, literary workshops, spoken word performances, entertainment by Grammy-level entertainment & more!

2016 was the event's inaugural year with approximately 3000 visitors!  2017 anticipates a crowd of near 5000 - 7000 people, given its broad grassroots outreach and weekly radio programming,

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Attendees Demographics

Gender Distribution

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60%

Expected Audience

2501-5000

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsors should support the Soulful Chicago Book Fair as it is the only event of its kind in Illinois and perhaps even the nation. From hand-selected Black authors, to literary workshops, blocks organized by genre, to literacy resources, this event draws audiences that live in "cultural book deserts." As a result, a sponsor can assure great exposure to thousands of people willing to support entities that support them back.

US$20

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US$500

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Black Composer - Earl "Fatha" Hines Level

Company’s Name and Logo on website and in social media 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

US$1000

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Black Author - Margaret Walker Level

• Company’s Name and Logo in social media and some print material Banner recognition 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

US$2500

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Black Author - Richard Wright Level

• Company’s Name and Logo recognized on all media, marketing, and print material • Logo displayed on website • Stage banner recognition 3 Soulful Chicago Book Fair t-shirts 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

US$5000

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Black Composer - Thomas Dorsey Level

• Company’s Name and Logo recognized on all media, marketing, and print material • Logo and branding on website • Stage banner recognition • 5 Soulful Chicago Book Fair t-shirts Exclusive 5 min stage time during SCBF 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

US$10000

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Black Author Lorraine Hansberry Level

• Company’s Name and Logo recognized on all media, marketing, and print material • Logo and branding on website • Stage banner recognition • 10 Soulful Chicago Book Fair t-shirts * Radio promotion * Exclusive 10 min stage time during SCBF * 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

US$15000

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Black Author - Gwendolyn Brooks Level

• 2016 Soulful Chicago namesake sponsor • Company’s Name and Logo recognized on all media, marketing, and print material • Logo and branding on website, and social media • Stage banner recognition • 15 Soulful Chicago Book Fair t-shirts * Radio promotion * Exclusive stage time during SCBF * 10 x 10 Tented booth space at main event

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Asadah Kirkland,  author of the book Beating Black Kids and Founder of the Soulful Chicago Book Fair has been a part of the literary industry for over 20 years. In 2009 Asadah wrote her book, forging a crusade to end corporal punishment in America. She has  appeared on CNN, Al Jazeera America, ABC’s “Here & Now,” Essence.com and New York Parenting Magazine. In 2014, Asadah returned to Chicago with the sum total of her literary expertise, bringing to life, The Soulful Chicago Book Fair.

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