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Toni Morrison: Sustaining Community: Book Reading & Discussion

Florida People's Advocacy Center 603 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Tallahassee, FL

The second event of the "Toni Morrison: Sustaining Community" program presented by the Department of English of the Florida State University centers on Morrison's God Help the Child. Dr. Natalie King-Pedroso, co-editor of a collection of essays on God Help the Child, will lead a dialogue about diversity, inclusion, and acceptance, focusing on communal healing as a central theme. Bride, the novel's protagonist, is a modern African-American woman of the

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