Clemente Course: Literature, Women and Myth – Whitworth Women’s Facility, Winter 2022

Clemente Course: Literature Common Good Atlanta, Clemente Course Whitworth Women’s Facility, Winter 2022 Instructor: Amy Bonnaffons amycbon@gmail.com   Women and Myth Image: Cecilia Bonilla   Course Description This course will engage with myths written by and about women, from various cultures, from ancient history to the present.  The authors of our texts—most of whom identify…

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YOU ARE INVITED: CGA Documentary

YOU ARE INVITED! We are excited to announce two upcoming screenings of Common Good Atlanta: Breaking Down the Walls of Mass Incarceration. Wednesday, January 19, 7 p.m. @ Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival, Virginia Lacy Jones Exhibition Hall, Robert W. Woodruff LibraryContact: Kara Walker or Jenn Sapp, morehousefilmfest@morehouse.edu, 470-639-0531   Thursday, January 20, 7…

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I Remember by Jerry Smiley

I Remember I remember sixteen in ninety-three. I remember seventeen in ninety-four. I remember hearing boy you losing your mind? I remember Incarceration in ninety-five. I remember ooh-wee you going to that Alto spot. I remember hearing those words and my heart nearly jumping out my chest. I remember diesel fumes and cigarettes smoke. I…

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US History: Changes in the Land

Instructor: Louise Milone Fall 2021 Whitworth Women’s Facility The Whitworth students will be studying America’s development and its impact on the environment. Description: “In the late 1970s, a young graduate history student wrote a paper that in 1980 became an award-winning book. It is slim volume, but it makes a singularly important point – every…

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