Location: Arts Building Lecture Theatre 3 (Room 127)
Category: Arts and Law, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research
Dates: Tuesday 20th March 2018 (17:30-19:00)
The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion warmly invites you to this special public lecture, given by Rev Dr Barbara Reynolds.
- Speaker: Rev Dr Barbara Reynolds
This new memoir-cum biography of Coretta Scott King explores her life with Martin Luther King during the Civil Rights Revolution era and her continuing journey in support of civil rights after her husband’s murder. The event is a commemoration of her life and also marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s death.
This talk will be of huge interest to anyone interest in the history of the civil rights movement and will demonstrate that Coretta Scott King deserves to be remembered in history as a champion of the cause in her own right.
Dr Barbara Reynolds was on the founding editorial board of USA Today newspaper, was the first African American female Harvard Neiman Fellow of Journalism, has written 8 books, and has contributed to the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Playboy, Ebony, and Essence. She has also appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, C-Span, MSNBC, and hosted her own satellite radio show for almost a decade. For details of her new book, please visit the Hodder & Stoughton website.
- The lecture is free and open to all, but please register via Eventbrite so we have an idea about numbers.
You can find the best way to travel to the University of Birmingham on the Getting here – Edgbaston Campus webpage. The Arts Building can be found at reference R16 on the University of Birmingham Edgbaston campus map (this map also highlights mobility access). Disability access information can be found on the Disability access webpage.