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Special Event: Rep. John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, "Good Trouble"
Thursday, October 12, 2017
7:00 p.m.
Memorial Chapel
For More Information:
Office of Undergraduate Studies
301 405 9980

Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga. 5th Dist.) and his co-author Andrew Aydin will be coming to UMD on Oct 12 to give a lecture on "Good Trouble." They will talk about their book, March: Book Three, which they wrote with Nate Powell. The book is the third in the March trilogy, which documents the history of the Civil Rights movement. This book is the University of Maryland's 2017–18 First Year Book and won the National Book Award in 2016.

If you wish to attend in person, admission is free but limited and a ticket is required for entry. Tickets wil be available for pick up at the Stamp Student Union ticket office on the ground floor next to the Hoff Theater starting on Monday, Oct. 9. The ticket office is open from noon to 10 pm. You must bring your university ID; one ticket per ID.

On the day of the lecture, attendees may begin lining up at 5 pm. Doors to the chapel open at 6 pm. The lecture begins at 7 pm.

Students who arrive early will be eligible to join a post-lecture book signing with the authors.

The lecture is being offered by the Office of Undergraduate Studies in conjunction with the William L. Thomas ODK Lecture Series and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

This event also will be livestreamed. The link will be posted when it becomes available.


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