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Between the World and Me: In Conversation

The Diversity Common Reader Program, in collaboration with the NMU Theatre and Dance Department and North x North Coast, is proud to present a discussion of Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me, a moving work of nonfiction that explores what it means to live in a black body in contemporary America. Between the World and Me folds trenchant social critique into an intimate letter addressed to the author's son, and is a singular and deeply compelling treatment of issues at the heart of the antiracist protests that have defined 2020.

 

This event is a panel discussion about the book moderated by Dr. Keenan Colquitt. Those who reserve tickets will receive a link to the virtual panel discussion 24 hours prior to the event.


Friday, Nov 13, 2020

Start Time:  2:00 pm
End Time:  3:30 pm

Event Place

Virtual Event

Event Status

Scheduled

Group

Diversity Common Reader Program

Primary Contact

Lesley Larkin

Contact Phone Number

906-227-1794

Contact Email

llarkin@nmu.edu

Event Type

Academic
Alumni
Community
Student Life

Ticket Cost

FREE, but must reserve a ticket

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