Monday, March 4 at 6:30pm
YMI Cultural Center
39 South Market Street
How did Thomas Wolfe perceive the 1906 Will Harris murders and subsequent lynching? Did he foresee urban renewal for the East End? What survival mechanisms shaped African American responses to these events?
Join Dr. Darin Waters to discuss the role of African American survival mechanisms in local race relations, and Wolfe’s views on race as revealed in “The Child by Tiger and “Welcome to Our City”.
Call 250-4740 for information.