Wednesday, May 11, 6pm

Inside Reading Terminal Market, in Piano Court

FREE and open to the public

Join PBS’s Ray Suarez for a provocative panel inspired by the new book, THE COSMOPOLITAN CANOPY: Race and Civility in Everyday Life (W.W. Norton), by Elijah Anderson, a work Annette John-Hall of the Philadelphia Inquirer says, rivals only W.E.B. Du Bois’ The Philadelphia Negro for its groundbreaking insights into the African American experience in Philly. Panelists will include the author, Elijah Anderson, Princeton Professor Mitchell Duneier, U Penn Professor Renee Fox, Temple University Law Professor David Kairys, journalist Linda Wright Moore and former Philadelphia Mayor Wilson Goode.