Great crowd and productive two-hour discussion (and nice lunch afterward) at the Jeff Maxwell Library in Augusta. Thanks so much to everyone who came out and thanks to the library’s book club for organizing.
On Sept. 27 at 10 a.m., I will be discussing my book at the Jeff Maxwell Branch of the East Central Georgia Regional Library system, 1927 Lumpkin Rd. in Augusta, Ga., for more information call 706-793-2020.
The talk is free and open to the public.
I will be speaking about Red Summer at 10 a.m., Sept. 27, in Augusta to several book clubs and the general public. The talk will be held at the Jeff Maxwell Branch Library of the East Central Georgia Regional Library, 1927 Lumpkin Rd., Augusta, GA 30906. (706) 793-2020.
A part of the talk will review racial violence in east Georgia during 1919.
Book will be available for purchase and signing.
Thanks to the 60+ people who came out to St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in South Augusta Thursday evening, Aug. 25, to hear me tell the story of the Red Summer. The crowd was great and so was the discussion. And the books all sold! Special thanks to Judith Ruffin, wife of the late Judge Jack Ruffin, for organizing the event. Lots of Ruffin relatives were in the audience.