Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Update: Toronto folks

This supersedes the last date and venue. Hope to see some of you Toronto folk there.
New Date & Venue

A Different Booklist


The Centre for Urban Schooling

(University of Toronto)

are proud to host an evening with

Michael Eric Dyson

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008 – 6.30 pm

The Earth Sciences Centre Auditorium

University of Toronto

# 5 Bancroft Ave.

(Willcocks & Bancroft - across from Bancroft Hall)

One of the top 100 most influential black Americans (Ebony magazine) Michael Eric Dyson, is coming to Toronto to launch his latest book:

APRIL 4, 1968: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Death and How it Changed America

The author of 16 books, including Debating Race, Holler if You Hear Me: Searching for Tupac Shakur and Why I Love Black Women, Michael Eric Dyson is making a rare Toronto appearance to talk about the “Promised Land” MLK spoke of in his final speech. Dyson has made recent appearances on Larry King Live to discuss “from King to Obama” – as the U.S. heads toward its first African American presidential nominee, the question of King’s legacy is as relevant as it’s ever been.


Stunner said...

I just realized that Martin Luther King Jr died on my birth date! I guess you will be there, so we in Blogland can get a summary!

Shotta M said...

Echoing Stunner. Let us in blog land know how it goes.

Leon said...

I just realized. We've come so far when it comes to race relations. MLK would cry tears of joy right now. I, like Stunner, am interested in how this goes.

Crankyputz said...

Are u going to this?