Colorful Stripes

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This webinar will introduce facilitators of HNY's Reading & Discussion programs to the method we use for leading conversations.   Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcscOqrqjgqGNbcOzIPuh98mu2D4FbgVZrt

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Recurring

James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

NY

Author Sheila Isenberg will lead a discussion group reading the novels of James Baldwin at Woodstock Library. In six sessions, this course will examine two novels by James Baldwin in an attempt to understand their relevance to this country’s history — in terms of slavery, racism, relations between blacks and whites, and the continuance of social and cultural behaviors that separate blacks and whites. “Americans cannot afford not to see how the legacies of slavery and Jim Crow shape the present,” Baldwin has written. “Our blindness, in other words, is lethal.”

Creating the HOW(ever) & How2 Digital Archive

NY

This event will present the archival materials that are the basis of the HOW(ever) & How2 Digital Archive Project; discussion will cover the vision for the scholarly website based on these materials and work to do date on this site. This event will take place under the institutional auspices of University at Buffalo's Digital Scholarship Studio Network.

Free

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for facilitators who will be leading Reading & Discussion program conversations. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for project directors who are hosting a Reading & Discussion program. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

NY

This online webinar is for facilitators who will be leading Reading & Discussion program conversations. Please register in advance for this meeting HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

LongTable : Lorna C. Hill’s Theatricality and Commitment

NY

The Long Table format is a dinner party structured by etiquette, where conversation is the only course. The project combines theatricality as a model for public engagement. The public will be invited to join the featured guests at the Long Table as audience members. It is a 3 part series on the important relationship theatre has with the humanities, as seen through the life of Lorna C. Hill founder of Ujima Theatre. Company.

Free