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Charles R. Drew Charter School

300 East Lake Boulevard Southeast

Atlanta, GA 30317

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Join us for an engaging conversation on talking to your child about race with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, as she discusses her book "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria." The book was rereleased last year in honor of the 20th anniversary of its publication, and its insights are just as relevant today.

The talk will take place in the theater of Drew's Center for the Arts, behind the Yates Campus building, off of 2nd Avenue. Doors will open at 6:30.

Books will be sold in advance at Drew (details of when and where to come) and at the event. Dr. Tatum will also be signing books afterwards.

Admission is free, but attendees should RSVP.

Charles R. Drew School is hosting this community wide event to stimulate conversation about how we as a Greater East Atlanta corridor can affect and support equitable, transformative education. Look for more events to come.

This event is a partnership between the Drew Charter Office of Culture and Equity and the PTA.


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