“Generations of Struggle: Perspectives on Race and Justice from Reconstruction to the Present” is a 4-week program that centers on the experience of African Americans since the Civil War. Participating libraries receive $1,000 grants to hire discussion leaders for conversations on three critically acclaimed works. The program is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Libraries in Iberia and Bossier Parishes host “Generations of Struggle in September. Clickhere for information.