NPR’s Michele Norris on The Race Card Project
Tuesday, February 13, 2018As part of Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC)’s Black History Month Celebration, NPR Journalist Michele Norris spoke on Thursday, February 8, 2018, on her motivations behind creating The Race Card Project.
Launched in 2010, The Race Card Project has encouraged more than 250,000 people from around the world to submit their personal one-sentence observations and experiences with race and cultural identity. Prior to the presentation, Norris enjoyed lunch in the Culinary Arts Dining Room and discussed the importance of media literacy with students studying English and Journalism at BHCC.
For a full list of Black History Month events, please visit bhcc.edu/bhm.
.@BHCCBoston welcomes @michele_norris. She spend time w students in class and now in front of a standing-room only audience. #inspired #BlackHistoryMonth2018 pic.twitter.com/2WjWtzz5Xg— Pam Eddinger (@PamEddinger) February 8, 2018
Thanks @michele_norris for inspiring all of us @BHCCBoston today. Let's all engage in "radical curiosity" and change this world! pic.twitter.com/dRvGFx03Es— Danielle Leek (@drwieseleek) February 9, 2018
.@michele_norris begins her #bhm2018 talk at BHCC by stressing "Black history is American history" pic.twitter.com/Jy8OLIMuih— BHCC Boston (@BHCCBoston) February 8, 2018