Did you know? Baltimore Dialogue is formerly known as Baltimore Book Club.
What: You’re invited to join Baltimore Dialogue with Marisela Gomez author of “Race, Class, Power and Organizing in East Baltimore.” This book discussion will be based on content from “Race, Class, Power, and Organizing in East Baltimore” which surveys the historical and current practices of the transformation of abandoned and dis-invested neighborhoods in America.
Check out a summary of the book as listed in event specs, “Using a community in East Baltimore as an example, Marisela B. Gomez shows how the social structure of race and class segregation of the past contributed in the creation of our present day urban poor and low-income communities of color, and continue to affect the way we rebuild these communities today. Specific to East Baltimore is the presence of a powerful and prestigious medical complex which has directly and indirectly affected the abandonment and rebuilding of East Baltimore.”
Click here to purchase the book. The cost of the book is $80 use discount code LEX20AUTH12 when ordering for a 20% discount. The cost after discount is $64.00.
Who: Open to general public for free. Click here to RSVP for this event.
When: Monday September 30, 2013 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Where: Amazing Grace Lutheran Church ~ 2424 McElderry Street Baltimore, MD 21205
FYI: Contact Elizabeth Toft at email@example.com or 410-502-0440 if interested in borrowing a copy of the book. Note borrowed copies are limited.
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