Village Well Hosts Conversation with Anti-Racism Author Doyin Richards Reading His New Picture Book “Watch Me”


Virtual Book Reading, Followed by Q&A with the Author on Sunday, March 7

Virtual Reading of Watch Me - Doyin Richards

Who:      Culver City local author and Anti-Racism activist Doyin Richards

When:   Sunday, March 7

Virtual event: 11 am – 12 pm PST

Where: Virtual Event: Register for free

What:    Village Well Books & Café hosts its second author event with Culver City local author Doyin Richards.

How:      Register for free event here

Purchase a signed copy of Watch Me here. Books can be purchased in the store, or online for store pick or home delivery.

About Village Well Books & Coffee

A hallmark of the Village Well, the first independent, general interest bookstore in Culver City, is its dedication to social issues. Each month, the store highlights a different cause, providing reading lists, links to organizations that are helping to address the subject, and opportunities to gather, hear from experts and learn from each other.

The store opened its physical doors in late 2020, with all social distancing protocols in place, including sidewalk seating, reduced indoor seating, rigorous cleaning practices, plenty of hand sanitizer, curbside pick-up and home delivery. Current store hours are from 8 am – 3 pm, 7 days a week. The store will open for expanded hours in the coming weeks.

To sign up for the mailing list and to shop now, come on in or visit the website at Also, follow the store on social media @villagewellcc: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

About Doyin Richards

Doyin (pronounced “doe-ween”) Richards is a dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, anti-racism facilitator, TEDx speaker, Slate Columnist, mental health advocate, and lover of cheesy pasta. Follow Doyin Richards on social media @daddydoinwork: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter