Sunday 2/3: Randal Jelks discusses Faith and Struggle in the Lives of Four African Americans: Ethel Waters, Mary Lou Williams, Eldridge Cleaver and Muhammad Ali. Seminary Co-op Bookstore, 3 p.m., free.
Monday 2/4: The Seminary Co-op Bookstore hosts a discussion with Brett Colasacco, editor of Sightings: Reflections on Religion in Public Life. He will be joined in conversation by Martin E. Marty, Willemien Otten, and Richard A. Rosengarten. 6 p.m., free.
Tuesday 2/5: Poetry off the Shelf continues at The Poetry Foundation with a reading by Tarfia Faizullah. 7 p.m., free.
Celebrate the opening of The Lushness of Print, featuring work from Samiya Bashir’s Poetry Salon and broadside series at Reed College with Letra Chueca Press, a woman- and Latinx-owned printing press that uses traditional machines and techniques. Featuring a talk and walk-through of the exhibition with Bashir and del Mar, and a demonstration of a letterpress. Guests will be welcome to print and take home a broadside commemorating the exhibition opening. Poetry Foundation, 6 p.m., free.
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