Leonard Moore, originally scheduled for this event, will no longer be able to attend.
Join Texas Christian University history professor Max Krochmal, former UT-Austin journalism professor Bill Minutaglio, and University of North Texas history professor J. Todd Moye for a conversation about Texas history through the lenses of politics, race, struggle, and resistance. New books Civil Rights in Black and Brown: Histories of Resistance and Struggle in Texas and A Single Star and Bloody Knuckles: A History of Politics and Race in Texas explore long-neglected figures and events in the Lone Star State.
Seats at Austin Central Library are limited and registration is required through the in-person link above. Virtual streaming options also available through the stream RSVP link.
- Moderator: Edmund T. Gordon, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies & Vice Provost for Diversity at University of Texas Austin
- Format: This is a live, in-person event at Austin Central Library. Seats are limited and registration is required through the in-person link above. You can also watch it from home by clicking the Stream RSVP button instead.
- Code of Conduct: Please refer to the code of conduct prior to attending in-person events.
- Book(s): Click the book cover(s) below to purchase through BookPeople, Texas Book Festival’s partner bookseller. Your purchase helps support the author(s), independent bookselling, and the Texas Book Festival. Thank you.
Sponsored by Loewy Law Firm
Max Krochmal, Bill Minutaglio, J. Todd Moye, Civil Rights in Black and Brown: Histories of Resistance and Struggle in Texas, A Single Star and Bloody Knuckles: A History of Politics and Race in Texas,