Time: October 8, 2011 from 10am to 12pm
Location: RoomT-203 of the Dallas Convention Center Theater Complex (Entrance on corner of Canton and Akard Streets) Dallas, TX
Street: 650 S. Griffin Street
Website or Map: http://www.tbaal.org
Event Type: roundtable, discussion
Organized By: The Black Academy of Arts and Letters
Latest Activity: Oct 5, 2011
Don't Miss the First in a Three Part Series on Racial Stereotypes at TBAAL!
Saturday, October 8 @ 10 AM in RoomT-203 of the Dallas Convention Center Theater Complex (Entrance on corner of Canton and Akard Streets) Dallas, TX
Renowned writer ALICE RANDALL leads this pros and cons discourse on stereotypes in African American Literature written by both African American and White writers Who better to guide the discussion than Randall, author of three popular novels of which one of her best known works is THE WIND DONE GONE, a book based on the acclaimed novel, GONE WITH THE WIND. If you want to change, perhaps, the way one sees negative stereotypes in African American literary subjects, then don't miss the first of this three part series!
ADMISSION $15 Includes Dialogue and Breakfast