stereotypes


The Elephant We Don’t See: A Diversity Dialogue (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System and Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission present “The Elephant We Don’t See: A Diversity Dialogue” every last Tuesday of the month. Michelle Hamiel and Kyla Hanington discuss equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism with books as a launch point. REGISTRATION/EVENT DETAILS: Has not […]


A Conversation with Dr. Sheri Parks, Author of ‘Fierce Angels’ (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Dr. Sheri Parks, vice president for Strategic Initiatives with the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), discusses topics from her book Fierce Angels: Living with a Legacy from the Sacred Dark Feminine to the Strong Black Woman. Fierce Angels explores the idea of the “strong Black woman” as never before. […]


Raceless: In Search of Family, Identity, and the Truth About Where I Belong (Politics & Prose) – VIRTUAL

  This event will be streamed online as part of our P&P Live! Series. From The Guardian’s Georgina Lawton, a moving examination of how racial identity is constructed—through the author’s own journey grappling with secrets and stereotypes, having been raised by white parents with no explanation as to why she […]


The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity (National Archives) – VIRTUAL

The Black family has been a topic of study across disciplines—history, literature, the visual arts, film, sociology, anthropology, and social policy. It has been described as a rich tapestry for exploring African Americans past and present and its complexity as the foundation of African American life and history. A panel will discuss […]


⭐ Meet Jerald Walker, Author of ‘How to Make a Slave and Other Essays’ (Free Library of Philadelphia) – VIRTUAL

Register for the event here Jerald Walker In conversation with author, essayist, and radio host Solomon Jones. Jerald Walker’s recent How to Make a Slave and Other Essays was a finalist for the 2020 National Book Award. A “restless, brilliant” collection that “can alight on a truth without pinning it in place” […]