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Women's History Month Author Talk with Elizabeth Farfán-Santos

Women's History Month Author Talk with Elizabeth Farfán-Santos In-Person

Elizabeth Farfán-Santos discusses her book Undocumented Motherhood: Conversations of Love, Trauma, and Border Crossing, an intimate portrayal of the hardships faced by an immigrant family navigating the medical and educational systems in the United States.  

In honor of Women’s History Month and the theme, “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion,” the author’s conversation will include Q&A time with the audience.   

A book sale and signing follows the program. Copies will be available for purchase from local bookstore, Brazos Bookstore.   

ELIZABETH FARFÁN-SANTOS is a medical anthropologist and professor at the Tilman J. Fertitta Family College of Medicine at the University of Houston where she teaches anthropology and the humanities to future doctors. She is also the author of Black Bodies, Black Rights: The Politics of Quilombolismo in Contemporary Brazil

Thursday, March 28, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
Meeting Room
Stanaker Neighborhood Library
Age Group:
  Adults     Seniors  
  Author Talks / Book Clubs     Holidays & Observances     Spotlight Events  
Registrations open at 12:00pm Thursday, February 29, 2024


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