Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is best known for his high-profile years as a leading basketball player in the NBA. More recently he has turned social commentator and writer. In his book Writings on the Wall, he tackles the issue of race in America with insight from his experiences as an athlete, a parent, a Muslim, and a black man. These essays not only demonstrate the persistence of racial inequality today, but offer his thoughts on solutions to some of the issues that plague us. Join us for a candid conversation. Registration is required, beginning July 21; call 688-9580 or register online. Books are available for checkout at the Angelou Library to the first 15 people who register. This event is a special after-hours book discussion; the Library closes at 6:00 pm, but will re-open the meeting room at 6:45 for this program.
Event Type(s): Book Club, Community Issues
Age Group(s): Adults
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