Salon Series: A Conversation with Author Brian Dooley
Brian Dooley, author of Black and Green: The Fight for Civil Rights in Northern Ireland and Black America (Pluto Press, 1991) and a Senior Advisor for Human Rights First, will reflect on developments since he first published his influential book on this topic two decades ago. Please check back for registration details.
Brian Dooley is Director of Communications for Public Citizen, a non-profit advocacy organization in Washington DC, and is author of a critical study of Robert Kennedy, published by Keele University Press in 1995. He has worked for the BBC in Africa and for Amnesty International in London, and writes for the British press on U.S. and Irish affairs.
This webinar is free and open to everyone. Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom log in. Please note that this webinar may be recorded.
Wed, November 18, 2020
Webinar Start: 12:30 PM
Webinar End: 2:00 PM
The NYU Washington, DC Salon Series: Conversations with Writers & Artists presents an opportunity for the NYU and Washington, DC community to meet and engage in dialogue with acclaimed writers and artists as they reflect on their craft. This program provides facilitated conversations that aim to illuminate the guests’ creative processes, discuss their current works, and explain the impact of their work on the world around us. The Salon Series is made possible by NYU Washington, DC through the collaboration of NYU schools, departments and centers, as well as through special relationships with selected external arts organizations such as The Corporation of Yaddo.