Date:
October 1, 2020
Start:
6:00pm
End:
7:30pm
Save to your calendar:
iCalendar (.ics)
Location:
Online
Event type:
Farenthold Endowed Lecture
For more info:
Sarah Eliason at seliason@law.utexas.edu
On the web:
https://law.utexas.edu/humanrights/events/sixth-annual-sissy-farenthold-lecture/
Share this event:

The Rapoport Center and the Rothko Chapel are pleased to announce that Charles M. Blow will deliver the sixth annual Frances Tarlton “Sissy” Farenthold Endowed Lecture in Peace, Social Justice and Human Rights.

Charles M. Blow is an Op-Ed columnist at The New York Times, where his column appears on Mondays and Thursdays. Mr. Blow’s columns tackle hot-button issues such as social justice, racial equality, presidential politics, police violence, gun control, and the Black Lives Matter Movement.He is also a CNN commentator and was a Presidential Visiting Professor at Yale, where he taught a seminar on media and politics. Mr. Blow is the author of the critically acclaimed New York Times best-selling memoir, Fire Shut Up in My Bones. The book won a Lambda Literary Award and the Sperber Prize and made multiple prominent lists of best books published in 2014. People Magazine called it “searing and unforgettable.” Previously, Mr. Blow was art director of National Geographic Magazine and worked at The Detroit News. Mr. Blow graduated magna cum laude from Grambling State University in Louisiana, where he received a B.A. in mass communications.

The event is hosted by the Rothko Chapel in Houston and will take place online on October 1, 2020. Mr. Blow and audience members will join virtually.

Registration information coming soon!

Specific audiences:
  • Texas Law students
  • Prospective students
  • Texas Law alumni
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • General public
Sponsored by:
  • Bernard & Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights & Justice

If you need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the sponsor listed above or the Texas Law Special Events Office at specialevents@law.utexas.edu no later than seven business days prior to the event.