Virginia Humanities Presents:
Separate but Unequal HUB Talk
About the HUB Talk:
Virginia Humanities HUB Talks (short for Humanities Un-Bound) provide Virginians with a chance to connect and explore issues of importance to the human experience and life in the Commonwealth through a humanities lens. Bringing the success of Virginia Humanities’ award-winning national public radio program With Good Reason to an intimate local setting, HUB Talks feature scholars from Virginia’s colleges and universities who stand out as the program’s most dynamic interviewees, framed by the artful interviewing and moderating capabilities of With Good Reason’s dynamic young producers and beloved host Sarah McConnell.
Separate But Unequal will feature a live panel discussion and Q&A with the following guests: Lynchburg native Owen Cardwell Jr., the only surviving of the first two black students to enter E.C. Glass High School in 1962, Virginia Humanities director of African American programs, Justin Reid, Sweet Briar College assistant professor, Dwana Waugh, and Virginia Commonwealth University professor Brian Daugherity, historian and co-author of Keep On Keeping On: The NAACP and the Implementation of Brown v. Board of Education.
This event is free to attend but requires advanced registration.
Bank of the James
City of Lynchburg Office of Economic Development and Tourism
Moore & Giles
Free – Advanced Registration here.
For more information or to purchase tickets to this performance, contact our Box Office at (434) 846-8499.
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