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Recovering Lost Voices: Robert Penn Warren and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement

at Vanderbilt University - Sarratt Cinema, Nashville TN

Feb 10
Recovering Lost Voices: Robert Penn Warren and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement

This Panel discussion, part of the Robert Penn Warren – Celebration and Remembrance, is related to Vanderbilt alumnus Robert Penn Warren’s 1965 publication Who Speaks for the Negro? Speakers include two civil rights activists who were interviewed by Warren for the volume, Ruth Turner Perot and Robert Moses, as well as Reverend Kelly Miller Smith, Jr., whose father was also interviewed by Warren. A reception will follow.

Co-sponsored by the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center, the Office of Inclusion Initiatives and Cultural Competence, the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, and Warren College.

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Free

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LOCATION

Vanderbilt University - Sarratt Cinema

2301 Vanderbilt Place, Sarratt Student Center, Nashville, TN 37240
(Neighborhood: West End)

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