Jenifer Lewis without a doubt is one of the funniest Black women in the business. Her presence whether it’s on television, social media or in her new book she remains the same.

She’ll be on the 2018 Fantastic Voyage joining Sybil’s book club with her memoir The Mother Of Black Hollywood: A MemoirTom is so excited to have her he on the cruise. “I am going to be following you around like a puppy,” said Tom.

“I’m telling you did y’all hear the Audible?” The book is number one on Amazon. It’s flying off the shelf,” exclaimed Lewis.

Her book will be featured on Sybil’s book club and Lewis can’t wait to talk about it. “I cannot wait honey. We are going to have the time of our lives. Yes Sybil honey I am going to carry on and talk about the book,” expressed Lewis.

On the ABC hit show, Black-ish Lewis plays Anthony Hamilton’s mother is a total riot.

“I’m going to be honest with you all. Black-ish is the cherry on top of my career,” expressed Lewis. “Combine that drama and comedy together to express their opinions about police brutality, depression, and race relations.”

Lewis will be on tour for her book and could be stopping in your city. Check out the list down below for a place near you.

BALTIMORE

Natural Hair Care Expo

Saturday, April 7

UMBC Event Center

naturalhaircareexpo.com

The Empowerment Temple

Sunday, April 8

1:30pm

theempowermenttemple.org

SOUTH FLORIDA DREAM BOOK TOUR

Thursday, April 12

6:00pm

Intracoastal Park Clubhouse, Boynton Beach

Friday, April 13

7:00pm

Lauderhill Performing Arts Center

Sunday, April 15

2:00pm

Overtown Performing Arts Center

southfloridadreambooktour.com

CHICAGO

Speak Sister Speak!

Wednesday, May 9

7:00pm DuSable Museum

WVON.com

FLINT, MICHIGAN

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DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Wright African American Museum

Saturday, May 12

5:00pm

Tickets at EventBrite

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