History Made Clear: Race and the Toulmin House

Monday, April 12, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (CT)
Lawn of Toulmin House and Online
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Department of English

USA Writer in Residence Frye Gaillard, who has written extensively about the racial history of the South, will discuss the complicated legacy of the Toulmin House on campus, a building that was once his own family's ancestral home. Gaillard will be joined by USA Journalist in Residence Cynthia Tucker, Pulitzer Prize-winning former editor of the editorial page at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and by Psychology major and minor in African American Studies Nailah Wideman.

This event will be socially distanced on the lawn of the Toulmin House and virtually.  Registration is required, please click here.

Green Jag HealthCheck Passport is required to attend and masks will be required.

Gumbo and Cornbread will be served. 

Sponsored By: Honors College, African American Studies, Department of English, Office of Community Engagement, Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 

Rain Date: April 19 

History Made Clear: Race and the Toulmin House

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