Plants, Race, and Class: A Conversation with Colah B. Tawkin

We invite the community to attend a keynote conversation between the director of the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston and expert in Black girlhood and land, Dr. Tamara Butler and Colah B. Tawkin. Reception in the North Lobby to follow. The first 25 people to register to attend in person will receive a copy of Black in the Garden coloring book given out at the event.

Time and Location: 7pm WKAR Studio A, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, 404 Wilson Rd, East Lansing MI 48824-1212

On-Campus Attendees may take CATA Route 24, 25 or 30. Free parking is available in Ramp 5 next to the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.
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