June 24, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm
What have you learned about this event in your lifetime? Why do you think we, as a society, have historically not learned more about this event?
Join us for a short discussion of the the video The Tulsa Race Massacre: Why We Don’t Understand Racism by Elain Appleton Grant and the poem “Race Riot, Tulsa, 1921” by Sharon Olds.
The event is free, but registration is required.
At a time when many of us are still physically separated, Delaware Humanities will host more "Distant Discussions" to bring us together. We will use videos, shorts stories, poems, and more to bridge the gap between us, when a sense of community and being united is especially important.
We will "meet" once a month via Zoom to have a short, 30 minute conversation. Three events will be co-hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services Library
and have a focus on "Literature and Medicine".
Check back here for information on the monthly topic and how to register.
Thursday, April 22 at 5 PM
Thursday, May 27 at noon
- co-hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services Library
Thursday, June 24 at 5 PM
Thursday, July 22 at noon - co-hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services Library
Thursday, August 26 at 5 PM
Thursday, September 23 at noon - co-hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services Library