Nikole Hannah-Jones: Ending Racial Inequity in Our Schools: What Actually Works
- 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
- Lipinsky Hall - Auditorium
NOTE - THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT - see below for information about remote live-streaming
Writing for The New York Times Magazine, investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones has won the Peabody, George Polk and National Magazine Awards for her reporting on segregated housing and schools, the black experience in America and racial inequality.
Her current project is a book on school segregation titled The Problem We All Live With, and her talk will be titled Ending Racial Inequity in Our Schools: What Actually Works.
Proceeds of this event will benefit for the Asheville City Schools Foundation. Tickets are $25; $75 for the talk and a 6 p.m. special reception.
There will also be live streaming of Hannah-Jones' talk, available for viewing at Humanities Lecture Hall, with free admission.
See acsf.org/nhj for tickets and more details.
Contact for this event:
Events & Conferences Office