“Sherrod sets the record straight on her forced resignation from the Department of Agriculture in 2010. An inspiring memoir about the real power of courage and hope.” –Kirkus Reviews
She’ll be in dialogue with journalist Esther Armah.
Sherrod became a household name in 2010 when the National Media labeled her a reverse racist. She was accused of discriminating against white farmers; condemned by the NAACP, the Tea Party, the Obama administration, CNN, Fox, and a whole host of news outlets–and ultimately forced to resign.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT), Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 628-515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037
- The First Annual “Literacy Across Harlem” March (harlemworldmag.com)
- A Dire Dance for the Dwyer Cultural Center in Harlem (harlemworldmag.com)
- Gordon Parks: 100 Moments, At The Schomburg (harlemworldmag.com)
- Celebrate African Voice’s 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition at the Schomburg Center! (harlemworldmag.com)