Tanner Colby - Some of My Best Friends Are Black: The Strange Story of Integration in America

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Author Tanner Colby engages in a public conversation about his new book — an incisive and candid look at  how America got lost on the way to Dr. King’s  Promised Land — with Kansas City writer  Whitney Terrell as part of the Writers at Work series.
Writers At Work
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
6:30pm @ Central Library

Tanner Colby engages in a public conversation about his new book, Some of My Best Friends Are Black, with Kansas City writer Whitney Terrell. Colby’s book about race is anchored by four interrelated stories, one of which involves a Kansas City neighborhood.

A child of a white-flight Southern suburb, Colby is former head writer of the National Lampoon Radio Hour and co-author of Belushi: A Biography.

Co-sponsored by the Writers at Work Roundtable & the UMKC English Department.

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