Teaching for Change’s Busboys and Poets Bookstore welcomes Elijah Anderson to discuss and sign his new book, The Cosmopolitan Canopy: Race and Civility in Everyday Life. Co-sponsored by: Virginia Tech (Urban Affairs and Planning Department), Teaching for Change, Busboys and Poets and A.C.T.O.R (Event is free and open to all)
- Third Annual Violette De Mazia Lecture
- Syrian refugees meet their Lower Northeast neighbors at Reading Terminal Market
- The Cosmopolitan Canopy: How can cities like Milwaukee break down ethnic and racial barriers?
- Is Yale a “White Space” or a Cosmopolitan Canopy
- Elijah Anderson on Race Relations and Public Space: Beyond the Primacy of the Street
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