Beginning 6 PM Jan. 27, area residents are invited to attend a program at the Carnegie Library in downtown Jackson to discuss Ijeoma Oluo’s book So You Want to Talk about
Race. The program kicks off what will be a four-part series facilitated by Racing 4 Equity co-founder Kesha Hamilton, with panelists Daveda Quinn, Myesha Jones, Ebone Worthy from United Way and Carnegie Branch Manager Ann Neff-Rohs.
Watch the event recording here.
To reserve a copy of So You Want to Talk About Race, contact Adult Services at 517-905-1339. Questions? Email Carnegie Branch Manager Ann Neff-Rohs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topics include race, privilege, police brutality, the Black Lives Matter movement, and America’s continued struggle with racial complexities, concepts, and history.