Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center and C.S.1 Curatorial Projects are hosting a Reading and Discussion Program on Writer Author and Activist James Baldwin ‘s AMERICA for six sessions from march 19 through April 30 on Tuesday Evenings from 6-7:30pm. Canisius philosophy professor and community activist Heron Simmons-Price will be facilitating the discussion.
Funded by Humanities New York this program encourages friends, colleagues, and strangers to, “make time for thinking deeply about a single idea from a variety of perspectives, allowing texts to become catalysts for civic engagement, cultural understand and persona reflection.”
Space is limited to 15 people for this intimate discussion so you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your participation for following remaining dates locations:
March 26 @ North Buffalo Community Center, 203 Sanders R.
April 2 @ Merriweather Library, 1324 Jefferson
April 16 @ Silo City, 85 Silo City Row
April 23 @ School #77, 429 Plymouth Ave.
April 30 Hallwalls, 341 Delaware Ave.
Please note: The program is Free and loaner books will be provided during the program. If you need a ride to one of the locations above rides may also be possible to facilitate.