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Saturday, April 17, 2021

Caroline Keefe


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Ibram X. Kendi, author and former assistant professor of African American History at the University of Florida, speaks about his latest book, “How to Be an Antiracist”at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Thursday evening. 

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Ibram X. Kendi answers an audience question during a question and answer session moderated by author and history professor Jack Davis while Kendi’s daughter sits in his lap at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Thursday night. About 1,230 people attended the event.

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Ibram X. Kendi answers an audience question during a question and answer session moderated by author and history professor Jack Davis while Kendi’s daughter sits in his lap at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Thursday night. About 1,230 people attended the event.

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Carmen King, 55, and Christopher King, 58, stand in solidarity Wednesday evening as the names of transgender people who have lost their lives to transphobic violence are read aloud during the Transgender Day of Remembrance at Depot Park. The King’s said they have a transgender daughter who lives in Holland.

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Audience members listen Wednesday night as Natalia DuPree, president and founder of the Unspoken Treasure Society, gives a speech during the Transgender Day of Remembrance at Depot Park. The Unspoken Treasure Society was founded to educate and empower transgender people of color.

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