Haymarket Books - The Struggle for Abolition: From The U.S. To Palestine
Place: YouTube Live
Time: 5 PM Eastern
New Haven Reads - Language & Learning: A Summer Lecture Series - Dr. Carlotta Penn
Description: Making connections between the movement to abolish police and prisons in the US and the struggle for liberation in Palestine and beyond. Presenters include: Zaina Alsous, Nyle Fort, Derecka Purnell, Sandra Tamari, & Randa Wahbi.
Place: Reserve a free ticket on NHR's website
Time: 4 PM Eastern
Topic: Multicultural Perspectives on Languages and Literacies
About the speaker: Carlotta Penn, PhD, is a writer, educator, and daydreamer from Columbus, OH. She spent several years as an English language teacher before transitioning to her current role in community and international engagement in higher education. Penn has written several articles on race, equity, and literacy, as well as two children’s books, Dream A Rainbow and The Turtle With An Afro. She is the Director of Partnerships and Engagement at The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology, and Founder of Daydreamers Press, a curation hub for multicultural children’s content.