The Legacy of Dr. King, A Conversation With Rebecca Walker
Writer, feminist and intellectual Rebecca Walker speaks on issues of race, gender, sexuality and power and was named one of the most influential Americans under the age of 40 by TIME Magazine. The daughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alice Walker ("The Color Purple"), and esteemed civil rights attorney Mel Leventhal, her memoirs include The New York Times Bestseller "Black, White and Jewish" and the critically acclaimed "Baby Love."
Q&A and book signing to follow. Books are available for purchase at the Whitman College Bookstore. Sponsored by the Intercultural Center, Whitman Events Board, The Black Student Union, The Associated Students of Whitman College and The Office of the President.