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Last Event: Thursday Oct. 11 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Race, Place and the Barbershop — Community Dialogue

Join us for a community dialogue with Nigerian born, UK-based poet, performer, cross art form practitioner, and writer of the critically acclaimed play "Barbershop Chronicles," Inua Ellams. Discuss the function and ritual of barber shops in local and global communities, and explore the intersection of race and place with Ellams and local artists and scholars.

Event is free, open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

Participants can purchase discounted tickets for the "Barber Shop Chronicles' " U.S. premiere at ASU Gammage.

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Beus Center for Law and Society, room 140

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Center for the Study of Race and Democracy