This Thursday evening, March 5 starting at 6:30 Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicholas Kristof, a New York Times op-ed columnist, and his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, formerly with the Times where she also won a Pulitzer (she and Kristof won it jointly for their reporting on Tiananmen Square) and now with Mid-Market Securities, an investment banking firm specializing in small to medium sized companies, will be at the Brooklyn Historical Society to read from and discuss their book, A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity. The book
take[s] an expansive look at the ways organizations and individuals tackle social injustice around the world, and explore how we all can become more engaged and effective global citizens.
Books will be available for sale, with signing after the program. Admission is $10, or $5 for BHS or Green-Wood members. Purchase tickets here.