Mon, Jun 05|
The Humanity Archive: Recovering the Soul of Black History from a Whitewashed American Myth
Join us for a conversation with Jermaine Fowler author of The Humanity Archive: Recovering the Soul of Black History from a Whitewashed American Myth!
Time & Location
Jun 05, 7:00 PM – 8:20 PM
About The Event
About the book:
Named by Essence Magazine as one of "31 Books You Must Read" in 2023.
Using history as a foundation, The Humanity Archive uses storytelling techniques to make history come alive and uncover the truth behind America's whitewashed history.
The Humanity Archive focuses on the overlooked narratives in the pages of the past.
Challenging dominant perspectives, author Jermaine Fowler goes outside the textbooks to find recognizably human stories. Connecting current issues with the heroic struggles of those who have come before us, Fowler brings hidden history to light.
Praise for The Humanity Archive:
From the African Slave Trade to Seneca Village to Biddy Mason and more, The Humanity Archive is a very enriching read on the history of Blackness around the world. I was hooked by Fowler's storytelling and would recommend others who want to pore over a book that outlines critical moments in history--without putting you to sleep. -- Philip Lewis, Senior Editor, HuffPost
About the author:
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Jermaine Fowler is a storyteller and self-proclaimed intellectual adventurer who spent his youth seeking knowledge on the shelves of his local free public library. Between research and lecturing, he is the host of the top-rated history podcast, The Humanity Archive, which has been praised as a must-listen by Vanity Fair. Challenging dominant perspectives, Fowler goes outside the textbooks to find stories that are recognizably human. Connecting current issues with the heroic struggles of those who've come before us, he brings hidden history to light and makes it powerfully relevant.