Freedom to Read Week Day 2: Tribute to Free Speech Warrior Eugene V. Debs. Plus a screening of “Malcolm X.”
Doors open at 5PM
Sneak Peek at the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library’s new building
Meet our Freedom to Read “prisoner” Tipton High School teacher and assistant football coach Brett Stoker
Food compliments of Bluebeard
Beer and wine for purchaseAt 6PM
Join us for an intimate look at Vonnegut hero and free speech warrior Eugene V. Debs. Debra Des Vignes, founder of the Indiana Prison Writers Workshop, introduces the keepers of Debs’ legacy at the Eugene V. Debs Foundation and Museum for an informative dialogue on the struggle for free speech. Then former Indiana poet laureate Shari Wagner debuts a new poem inspired by Debs.
At 8PM Night 3 of our First Amendment Film Festival: Malcolm X (1992)
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