I didn’t actually have the pleasure of visiting Louisiana this past week  but I spoke with Jim Brown of the show, Common Sense, about the book and the legacy of slavery in America.  Have a listen at the 33 minute mark.  I enjoyed our conversation and his very thoughtful questions.


https://tunein.com/radio/Jim-Browns-Common-Sense-p115864/?topicId=117895783   ( interview at 33 min mark)
As I mentioned last week, I will be speaking at Columbia University on Saturday. See details below.
Saturday, December 9, 2017 1:45pm 
Talk at Columbia University conference, “Historical Dialogues, Justice and Memory.”
“History, Memory and the Weeping time Slave Auction” in panel entitled
Present Pasts: The Legacy of Slavery and Segregation in the US.
Other presenters will be presenting on the Four little girls of Birmingham, Little Rock Desegregation and Restorative Justice.
I am looking forward to their presentations! Join us if you are able.
Where: Columbia University
116th and Broadway, NYC
International Affairs Bldg, Room 1512
are free and open to the public.  You
simply have to register on this site.
Find Anne C. Bailey's non-fiction book : The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Auction in American History on Amazon.

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