Saturday, November 1, 2014
There has actually been quite a lot going on with the book. I therefore regret not regularly updating here. I definitely don't want to neglect the following exciting update, so I'm putting it everywhere I can think of and hope you'll share.
On Sunday, November 9, 2014 at 3 PM, I will be at the one and only Eso Won Books in Los Angeles, California. This bookstore is a national treasure! See the event page for more information.
The day before the book signing (Saturday, November 8 at 1pm), I will be a guest on the Liberated Sisters radio show, which airs on KPFK-90.7 FM.
Also, please know that I have launched a new website that will always have the most comprehensive information on what I am doing. korithamitchell.com
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Wow! This is a real honor for me. Yoruba Richen, the award-winning director of the film The New Black thought enough of my essay "Love in Action" to recommend it as a supplement to her TED talk on Civil Rights/LGBT rights. The other listed works are nothing short of seminal. It means a lot to me that she would suggest that my work on violence and LGBT communities should be considered in this company: http://bit.ly/1u2UQiN
Friday, May 16, 2014
If you're interested—or know someone who might be—Book TV is airing my Library of Congress lecture again. It'll be in the wee hours of the morning: Monday, May 19 at 2AM Eastern time. DVR, baby!
Details at http://cs.pn/1jnPZck
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
I am late seeing this, but I very much appreciate that Michael Eric Dyson thought enough of my Huffington Post piece on affirmative action to refer to it on The Ed Show. He makes an important link because "extreme" white supremacist views are not so different from the denial of white privilege that made the Supreme Court's recent decision about Michigan's Proposal 2 possible. Here is the clip: http://on.msnbc.com/1mSNTCY
Thursday, April 24, 2014
While I was giving my lecture at Bexley Public Library last night, the ideas that had preoccupied me throughout the day went live on the Huffington Post blogs. I will post about the book lecture later. In the meantime, we must change the terms of the conversation about affirmative action! I hope this piece helps people do so with more confidence.
"Supreme Court Agrees with Michigan Voters: Affirmative Action Must Remain for Whites Only"
Especially if it resonates, I hope you'll consider sharing widely.