The Lines Between Us: Inequality and Segregation in the American Metropolis
November 19, 2019
Tuesday 7:00 PM
3347 N. Downer Ave
The event is free and open to the public.
The Lines Between Us will be available for purchase from the Boswell Book Company before and after the talk.
About the speaker
Lawrence Lanahan is an award-winning journalist and author whose work has appeared on Colorlines, NPR’s Morning Edition, and Al-Jazeera America, among other outlets. His fifty-episode series for Baltimore’s public radio station WYPR, also called The Lines Between Us, won Columbia University’s duPont Award. A recipient of the Carey Institute’s Logan Nonfiction Fellowship, Lanahan grew up in the Baltimore region and has lived for many years in the city of Baltimore, where he has reported on the dynamics of segregation and racial inequality for more than a decade. Lanahan has master’s degrees in sociology from American University and in journalism from Columbia University.
UWM Urban Studies Programs
Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council
UWM Henry W. Maier Fund; The Center for Economic Development; Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures; Dept of Geography; Dept of Urban Planning, and the College of Letters and Science
Boswell Book Company
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