I Am America: Violent Streets/Warring Hearts | Lee Child, Walter Mosley, and Philip Gourevitch

From Aleppo to your hometown, conflict is a part of our shared experience. For the first event in the “I Am America” series presented in partnership between The Center for Fiction and WNYC, writers Lee Child, Walter Mosley, and Philip Gourevitch will talk about violence in the United States and how it has echoes in conflicts around the globe. They’re contributors to the new anthology, It Occurs to Me That I Am America (the proceeds of which benefit the ACLU)Anthology editor Jonathan Santlofer moderates this thought-provoking discussion about turmoil, both here and abroad.











When: Thu., March 29, 2018 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: The Greene Space
44 Charlton St.
646-829-4000
Price: $20
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From Aleppo to your hometown, conflict is a part of our shared experience. For the first event in the “I Am America” series presented in partnership between The Center for Fiction and WNYC, writers Lee Child, Walter Mosley, and Philip Gourevitch will talk about violence in the United States and how it has echoes in conflicts around the globe. They’re contributors to the new anthology, It Occurs to Me That I Am America (the proceeds of which benefit the ACLU)Anthology editor Jonathan Santlofer moderates this thought-provoking discussion about turmoil, both here and abroad.

Buy tickets/get more info now