Photos from the "Rooting For Tarzan" Event on April 20, 2016
NEW HAVEN INDEPENDENT:
"What if, Michael Jefferson wondered, slavery and reconstruction hadn’t ended in new iterations of racism? What if history’s wrongs could be righted, power restored to black hands?
That’s the thesis of Jefferson’s new book, Deo Vindice: The Resurrection. A work of historical fiction that took years of research, the book was the subject of Jefferson’s interview on Michelle Turner’s “The Show.” To listen, click on or download the audio above, or check out WNHH’s new podcast “Elm City Lowdown” on Soundcloud, iTunes, or any podcatcher."
CT LAW TRIBUNE: "Defense Lawyer's Novel Rewrites Post-Civil War Racial History."
On Wednesday, April 20, Michael A. Jefferson and Bob Pellegrino, author of I See Color by Robert Pellegrino, will be presenting "Rooting for Tarzan - The Socialization of Whites and Blacks in America" live from Lyric Hall Theater. This is a must see presentation for all those who are concerned about the future of race relations in American society.
Doors open at 6 and the presentation starts at 6:30 (set to end around 8:30). Beer and wine will be available. $5 donation for Lyric Hall.
There will be a book signing after the show. We hope to see everyone there!
Author Michael A. Jefferson presents at the Connecticut NAACP Youth Conference Forum on Criminal Justice.
Check out some photos below.