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An Evening with Leonard Pitts @DetroitLibrary Tues,Nov3 6:00 PM

An Evening with Leonard Pitts

Detroit Public Library

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)

An Evening with Leonard Pitts

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Join the Detroit Public Library as we present,
An Evening with Leonard Pitts, Jr.

From acclaimed Pulitzer-winning voice Leonard Pitts, Jr. comes a page-turning look at black and white relations in contemporary America—one that blends the poignant and the absurd in a powerful narrative showcasing Pitts’s gift for telling emotionally wrenching stories.
Join us as we celebrate Grant Park, the powerful new novel from Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts, Jr. Grant Park is an audacious and eloquent take on politics, race, and recent US history, and yet another demonstration that Pitts, beyond his identity as one of America’s most celebrated columnists, has emerged as an important voice in contemporary American fiction.  
Leonard Pitts, Jr. is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the Miami Herald. He is the author of the novels Freeman and Before I Forget, the memoir Becoming Dad, and Forward From This Moment: Selected Columns, 1994–2009, all published by Agate Bolden.  Books will be available for sale and a book-signing will follow the discussion.
Limited parking is available in the employee lot located off of Putnam, between Cass and Woodward, as well as on-street parking. 
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Detroit Public Library
5201 Woodward Ave
Detroit, MI 48202

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)

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Detroit Public Library

The Detroit Public Library, the largest public library system in the State of Michigan, enhances the quality of life for the diverse and dynamic community in the City of Detroit. The library enlightens and empowers its citizens to meet their lifelong learning needs through open and equitable access to information, technology, and cultural/educational programs. The Detroit Public Library system will provide easy access to local and global information that will assist all users in the development of a lifetime of enrichment and growth.
As the Library moves into the future, it will hold on to the best of its services while meeting changing community needs.The community will recognize the library as a vital force for expanding the mind, promoting literacy, embracing diversity, creating opportunities for individual and community development, and building a thriving city.
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