Conversations on Race: The Invention of Race & Its Implications

We are at capacity for this event as of Monday, May 13th. Please check back on Wednesday to see if RSVP list has opened again. This year’s conversation will be led by Dr. Nell Irvin Painter, professor emerita at Princeton and author of New York Times bestseller The History of White People in which she discusses both the invention of race and also the frequent praise of “whiteness” for economic, scientific, and political ends. Read more here Reservations are REQUIRED for the shuttle from lower Columbia High School parking lot to Seton Hall University: Email info@twotowns.org or call 973-761-6116 to RSVP for shuttle.

WHEN
May 15, 2019 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm
WHERE
SETON HALL UNIVERSITY CENTER - CHANCELLOR STE 400 South Orange Ave., South Orange NJ
CONTACT
Audrey Rowe · · 973-761-6116
205 RSVPS
Dawn Williams Khyati Joshi Shakima Thomas Nancy Dougherty Vincent Wrice Nadira Nash Liz Testa Laurel Kearns Celia King Andrea Wren Hardin jean jackson Ellen Sleeter Kiina Dordoni Barbara Quackenbos Rachel Fisher Emma Magenta Vanessa May Kristin Mahoney David Letwin Mission Empowerment Advocacy Team

Who's RSVPing

Barbara Heisler
Elizabeth Lightfoot
Chelsea Thompson
Tristan Tapia-Villamil
Marc Aronson
Sheryl Baff
Will Guzman
Jon Radwan
Angela Kariotis-Kotsonis
Dara Gronau
Terry Richardson
Sandy Lizaire-Duff
Ronald Ballew
Brenda Wheeler Ehlers
jeri harmon
Zaire Ruffin
Kate Hewitt
Mary Forbes
Jenna Wagman
Elizabeth Aaron
Dawn Williams
Khyati Joshi
Shakima Thomas
Nancy Dougherty
Vincent Wrice
Nadira Nash
Liz Testa
Laurel Kearns
Celia King

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