Pulitzer Prize-winner and Emory professor Hank Klibanoff (co-author, The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation) will speak at adult formation on Wed. Dec. 5 about what he has learned in his decades of investigative journalism about racial violence and resilience and the role of faith/religion—for victims, perpetrators, and other stakeholders like the media.
Hank directs the Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases Project at Emory and is the voice of "Buried Truths," a narrative civil rights history podcast with his Emory students and WABE that is now in its second season (www.wabe.org/shows/buried-truths). Following Hank's talk will be a Q&A moderated by St. Bartholomew's member Michelle Hiskey.
St. Bartholomew's (www.stbartsatlanta.org) is located near Emory University. Dinner is available in the Parish Hall starting at 5:30 ($7); program begins at 6:30. Reservations are requested so we can provide enough seating.
The event is free of charge.
Call the church office at 404-634-3336 or or register online by December 2, 2018.