About this Event
In partnership with the Marin County Free Library, PRNSA invites you to read the book Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors by Dr. Carolyn Finney. After an introduction and brief Q&A with Dr. Finney, we will have an open discussion moderated by local chef, entrepreneur, and anti-racist activist Camille Ptak, along with PRNSA’s Isaac Taylor.
Copies of the book are available at both Inverness and Point Reyes Libraries. Note: these copies will be reserved at the desks. Please call and reserve a copy or stop by during curbside hours and request the book. FYI, if someone calls and needs the book sent to Bolinas or Stinson Beach, the librarians can have the book sent to the library and placed on the hold shelf. Also – Black Faces, White Spaces is available on Hoopla through the library with no wait. Instructions for downloading to Hoopla on the library’s website: https://marinlibrary.org/ebooks/
Donations for this event are greatly appreciated.
Upon completing your registration you will receive the link to the Zoom meeting at the bottom of your confirmation email.
You can expect reminder emails with a passcode before the meeting.
You only need to register one person per household.
You must register to gain access to the Zoom meeting.
If you have friends you would like to share this with you are more than welcome to do so, please just have them register as well.
Upon joining, your audio will be muted. Please leave your audio muted until moderators transition to the open discussion. Questions can be submitted at any time in the Chat window.
What You Need:
A Computer with Zoom compatible browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari)
To view through a mobile device, you will need to download the Zoom App.
To join the meeting, please use the link found at the bottom of your confirmation email, and the passcode in our Eventbrite reminder email.
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