A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Harrison Auditorium
Professor Nikole Hannah-Jones is the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of "The 1619 Project," staff writer at "The New York Times," Knight Chair in Race & Journalism at Howard University, and MacArthur Genius Award Winner. She will be in conversation with Dr. Jelani M Favors, the Henry E. Frye Distinguished Professor at N.C. A&T & award-winning author of "Shelter in a Time of Storm." It will be a wide-ranging discussion about Professor Hannah-Jones' work to chronicle "the decades-long failure of the federal government to enforce the landmark 1968 Fair Housing Act" and her latest book "The 1619 Project."
This is a FREE, TICKETED EVENT. Tickets can be picked up at the following locations starting April 25th: F.D. Bluford Library, Central Library, Mc Girt-Horton Branch Library and Vance H. Chavis Branch Library.
Register using the link below.
The History of Redlining in East Greensboro: Conversations About Our City’s Past and Present was created by F.D. Bluford librarians Carlos Grooms, Katie Kehoe, Harvey Long, and James Stewart at N.C. A&T State University in collaboration with Dudley High School, Greensboro Bound and The Greensboro Public Library. Greensboro Bound, F.D. Bluford Library at N.C. A&T State University and NC Humanities generously supported this project with funds.