Rev. David Reeves, the owner of the D&J bookstore and distributor in Laurelton, arrives in the morning and is greeted by the energetic faces of 28 kids preparing for another day of summer camp.
A low cost, community-based day camp where kids are looked after from 9:30: a.m. to 6:30 p.m. is just one of the services provided by the book store, which sells and distributes black and Afrocentric literature.
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