Religion, Literacy, and Social Justice: The Autobiography of Malcolm X

    A Campus Cultural Connections event; An Imprints and Impressions Series Event

    Date: October 20, 2014

    Time: 11:00 - 11:50 am

    Location: Collab, the first-floor classroom in Roesch Library's Knowledge Hub

    Sponsors: Building Communities through Social Justice ILLC and the Graul Chair in Arts and Languages

 Kara Getrost

    Phone number: 937-229-3425

    Supporting involvement: University Libraries

    This event will present religious and English studies perspectives on the text of The Autobiography of Malcolm X. Meredith Doench (Department of English) and Katherine Schmidt (Department of Religious Studies) will lead a discussion of literacy, religion and educational needs of American inmates and how those have changed in the last fifty years. This event is in support of the University Libraries' Rose Rare Book Collection.

    Meredith Doench and Katherine Schmidt explore the literary work of Malcolm X >>

    This event is free and open to the public.

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