Monday, January 27 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Last year the MultiCultural Center kicked off a new series to explore the issues of race and belonging through literature. This series is an interactive space for lively discussions on various theories about race, a safe space for articulating perspectives on identity and belonging which are contextualized by different authors, and an intentional time for centering the narratives of marginalized communities. This discussion of Allegra Goodman’s book, “The Family Markowitz,” will be facilitated by Cheri Gurse. Reading the materials is suggested but are not required for attendance. This series hopes to cultivate open dialogue, and a spirit of appreciation and intellectual kinship. All are welcome.