Past Events

June 2018
Ethan J. Kytle and Blain Roberts at Flyleaf Books
June 18, 2018,
Chapel Hill NC

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Ethan J. Kytle and Blain Roberts at Harold's Cabin
June 16, 2018,
Charleston SC

Join Itinerant Literate Books at Harold's Cabin for a captivating discussion of Denmark Vesey's Garden: Slavery and Memory in the Cradle of . . .

Peter Edelman at Books and Books
June 14, 2018,
Coral Gables FL

Join Peter Edelman, author of Not a Crime to Be Poor: The . . .

Manuel Pastor at Chevalier's Books
June 13, 2018,
Los Angeles CA

Once upon a time, any mention of California triggered reminders of Ronald Reagan and right-wing tax revolts, ballot propositions targeting . . .

John Prados at Oasis/Johns Hopkins Montgomery County
June 13, 2018,
Rockville MD

Beyond President Trump's backalley war with the FBI is . . .

Revealing Selves Book Launch at Aperture Gallery and Bookstore
June 13, 2018,
New York NY

Join us at Aperture Gallery and Bookstore to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month and the publication of Revealing Selves: Transgender . . .

Ethan J. Kytle and Blain Roberts at Blue Bicycle
June 8, 2018,
Charleston SC

Hosted by Blue Bicycle Books in conjunction with the Piccolo Spoleto Festival! 

Bernice Yeung at Kepler's Books
June 7, 2018,
Menlo Park CA

Online and in real space, the #MeToo movement has raised awareness of gender . . .

Paul Hockenos at the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung European Union
June 6, 2018,
Brussels BE

Paul Hockenos, author of Berlin Calling: A Story of Anarchy, . . .

Juan González at Cooper Union
June 6, 2018,
New York NY

In the rubble of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans and ultrarich “Puertopians” are locked in a pitched struggle over how to remake the island.

May 2018
Bernice Yeung at MCBA Luncheon
May 23, 2018,
San Rafael CA

A timely discussion on the work and progress from #Metoo movement and the issues being raised by #MeToo; what policy reforms the movement has led . . .

Natalie Hopkinson at CCCADI
May 22, 2018,
New York NY

In the spirit of John Berger and Bell Hooks, former Washington Post journalist and current Howard University professor Natalie Hopkinson meditates . . .

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