NIKOLE HANNAH-JONES Ending Racial Inequity in Our Schools: What Actually Works? Feb. 28
2017 MACARTHUR GENIUS GRANT FELLOW & NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE STAFF WRITER
“ENDING RACIAL INEQUITY IN OUR SCHOOLS: WHAT ACTUALLY WORKS?”
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28 RECEPTION AT 6PM EVENT AT 7PM LIPINSKY HALL, UNC ASHEVILLE
Nikole Hannah-Jones is a National Magazine Award-winning Journalist, writing on modern day civil rights for the New York Times Magazine. Her widely read articles on segregated housing and schools, as well as her deeply personal reports on the black experience in America, expose how racial inequality is maintained through official policy. They also offer a compelling case for greater equity.
The Asheville City Schools Foundation and UNC Asheville will host an exclusive speaking engagement featuring Nikole Hannah-Jones titled “Ending Racial Inequity in Our Schools: What Actually Works?” to benefit the Asheville City Schools Foundation on Wednesday, February 28 at 7:00 PM. Click here for Tickets for this event and information about Promoting Equity Today and Becoming an Equity Advocate.