Presented by the Park School Parents’ Association, the Cultural Diversity Film & Discussion Series has been meeting since 1995. The purpose of the group is to provide a forum for parents, faculty, students, and members of the community to celebrate multiculturalism and to achieve a greater understanding of diversity issues. All events are free and open to the public.
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We can all take a page out of Archer Senft’s book of life and learn so much from him. Archer’s fight for his life after a diving accident in 2015 is an inspiration to us all. He is a myriad of things to multitudes of people (many of whom he has never met): son, brother, friend, college student, artist, entrepreneur, music lover, intellectual, writer, disciple, hero, and survivor, just to name a few. Archer Senft graduated from Cathedral in 2013 and went on to McDonogh School.
Tulip Clothing began in 2011, when the brother and sister team of Richard Anderson and Debbie Seabold saw a need for more quality, cotton apparel in the market, and opened shop in a home basement in Silver Spring. The line, which features generously sized clothing for a chic, comfortable and conscious lifestyle, was an instant hit.
This past summer, six Garrison Forest students traveled to different parts of the world for service projects as part of the school’s Jenkins Fellows program.
Church of the Redeemer Fall Speakers’ Series: Hopkins Prof Lawrence Jackson on African-American Writer Chester Himes
November 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
“Scenes from a Hard-boiled Life: Chester B. Himes, a Biography”
Join Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Professor Lawrence Jackson as he discusses his new biography of Chester Himes. The Wall Street Journal calls Chester B. Himes “Harlem’s greatest crime writer” who endured “traumas and travails that other black novelists only imagined.” The New York Times Book Review says Jackson’s comprehensively researched biography “offers a bracing journey” through an uncompromising life. Don’t miss engaging this provocative figure.
Supper at 6:00 p.m., program at 7:00 p.m.
Sign-up for supper here. Attending the lecture only? Just come! No sign-up needed.