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One Book Athens: One Book, Many Stories

Director, Institute for African American Studies, All Shall Be Well Professor of Religion
Stamped August 2021 Event at Athens-Clarke Public Library
Appleton Auditorium at Athens-Clarke County Library

Join Dr. Carolyn Jones Medine (Director, UGA Institute for African American Studies & Professor of Religion) and Dr. Llewellyn Cornelius (UGA Center for Social Justice) for a talk as part of the One Book Athens series on the topic, "Forms of Black Power in Stamped: From the March on Washington to the Juneteenth National Holiday and beyond." The in-person discussion will be based on Section 5 (1963-today) of the book Stamped, Anti-Racism & You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi. This series supported by a grant from the U.S. Institute for Museum and Library Services. 

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