Amy Nathan, an award-winning author talks "Civil Rights History of the Carousel" 5/9
Amy Nathan is an award-winning author of more than a dozen nonfiction books for adults and young people, including three on civil rights. Wharton Club members and guests are invited.
Amy Nathan is an award-winning author of more than a dozen nonfiction books for adults and young people, including three on civil rights: TOGETHER, on the 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson decision, and two on the civil rights history of the Carousel on the National Mall: Round and Round Together, and a picture book for young children co-authored with Sharon Langley, A Ride to Remember. A graduate of Harvard with master’s degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Columbia’s Teachers College, she has also written two books on women’s history for National Geographic, as well as three on music for Oxford University Press that feature advice from many musicians and music educators, including several from the DC and Maryland area: The Young Musician’s Survival Guide, The Music Parents’ Survival Guide, and a book on avocational musicians, Making Time for Making Music. For more on her books: www.AmyNathanBooks.com
Wharton Club of DC Members - you can attend in-person with a free lunch or by Zoom:
- President's Club/Lifetime: You and 2 guests may attend
- Other Members: Yourself only
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