Project Beloved: The Past That Haunts Us
 

Project Beloved: The Past That Haunts Us

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Writing for the New York Times, Tracy K. Smith said of Toni Morrison, “I don’t believe there is a writer who understood America better and loved it with more ferocity than Toni Morrison…her subject is America, this place founded upon conflict and driven by the need to define one group against another. Her work asks: Who are we? What have we built and broken together? What does it mean to regard one another deeply, humbly, hopefully? And what are the consequences for our refusal to regard one another?”

Join us as we examine and celebrate Morrison’s masterpiece, Beloved. Three guest speakers will present their work in October, and we will showcase student projects in November.

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2020