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.