To commemorate the anniversary of The Cosby Show’s debut, The Center for Arts, Digital Culture & Entrepreneurship (CADCE) at the Duke Consortium on Social Equity, in conjunction with the John Hope Franklin Center, is hosting a roundtable discussion, The Cosby Show at 30: Reflections on Race, Parenting, Inequality and Education, September 18, 2014 at 7:00pm at the John Hope Franklin Center at Duke University (2204 Erwin Road).
* The Event is Free and Open to the Public
Blair LM Kelley—Associate Professor of History and Assistant Dean for interdisciplinary studies and international programs at NC State University.
Wahneema Lubiano—Associate Professor of African & African American Studies and Literature at Duke University
Natalie Bullock Brown—Chair of the Department of Film and Interactive Media at Saint Augustine’s University
Joshua L. Lazard –C. Eric Lincoln Minister for Student Engagement at Duke University Chapel
The panel will be moderated by Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of African & African American Studies at Duke University and Director of the Center for Arts, Digital Culture & Entrepreneurship.
For more information CLICK HERE!
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