Signings and a symposium 

Tuesday, Sept. 22



Tuesday, Sept. 22

6:30 p.m.

Darragh Center, Main Library

The Butler Center hosts a book discussion and signing with Little Rock Nine member Dr. Terrence Roberts for his upcoming memoir, “Lessons from Little Rock.” Author Robert Paul Walker will appear with him to sign his book, “Remember Little Rock.”


Wednesday, Sept. 23

5-7 p.m.

Central High National Historic Site Visitor Center

Central High NHS hosts a book-signing and reception with Dr. Terrence Roberts, Carlotta Walls LaNier and Robert Paul Walker. LaNier and Roberts will briefly discuss their books at 5:30 p.m.



“Speaking the Truth: Social Issues and Politics in the 21st Century”

Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24-25

Philander Smith College's Kendall Center

Hosted by Philander Smith and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. With keynote speeches by Kerry Kennedy, Dr. Andrew Manis and James Clingman (Sept. 24) and Dr. Creshelle Nash (Sept. 25); closing remarks by Keith Medley, Keith Plessy and Phoebe Ferguson (Sept. 25), and panel discussions on education with Sylvia Mendez, Dr. Terrence Roberts, Mary Juzang, Erma Brown and Robert Stanton (Sept. 24) and on politics with CaSeptia Bailey, Ernest Green, Rep. Kathy Webb and Sen. Percy Malone (Sept. 25). For a complete schedule of events, visit www.nps.gov/chsc.



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