Imani Perry is an award-winning author, interdisciplinary scholar, and the Hughes Rogers Professor of African American Students at Princeton University. In her new book South to America, the author seeks to change how people view the American South and, thus, the country’s history as a whole.
Imani Perry’s writing and scholarship primarily focuses on the history of Black thought, art, and imagination crafted in response to, and resistance against, the social, political and legal realities of domination in the West.
Books will be available to purchase before and after the presentation. The talk will be followed by a Q&A and a book signing in the Bardavon lobby.
Free general admission tickets (limit of 2 tickets per person) are available for pickup at: Bardavon Box Office, Adriance Memorial Library, Boardman Road Branch Library, or Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Branch Library.
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