Book Discussion: We, Too, Sing America
NEBiP members and friends are invited to join us on October 4th for an intimate discussion about how black, middle class, second generation Caribbean immigrants are often overlooked in contemporary discussions of race, black economic mobility, and immigrant communities in the US.
Based on rich ethnography and narrative analysis, author Yndia S. Lorick-Wilmot, PhD will share her observations from Stories of Identity among Black Middle Class Second Generation Caribbeans: We, Too, Sing America, along with a panel of two additional experts, who will discuss this work and its implications for Black philanthropy.
Our discussion will be held at a TBD location in Greater Boston. Check back here later this summer for updates.