The events include a talk by author and alumnus Keith Gentili on March 21.
Author and Fitchburg State alum Keith Gentili’s book has been described as a down-to-earth story for anyone with an interest in hiking and mountain climbing.
Inspired by the historically and culturally rich vignettes presented in Noah’s memoir, the program is intended to encourage thoughtful consideration of who we are as a community.
“Stand Up Nation: Humor and Identity in Multiethnic America” will feature Associate Professor DeMisty Bellinger-Delfeld from the university's English Studies Department.
The acclaimed 2009 film "District 9" explores themes of apartheid and discrimination that are central to Trevor Noah's memoir "Born a Crime."