Race2Dinner with Regina Jackson and Saira Rao Tickets
About Race2Dinner with Regina Jackson and Saira Rao
Since its founding as a nexus for the women’s suffrage movement over a century ago, The Town Hall has been New York City’s premier venue for considering difficult questions of race, economics, and gender. In the spirit of historically famous conversations with social justice luminaries such as Langston Hughes, Claire Boothe Luce, Emma Goldman, Germaine Greer, and Lorraine Hansberry, The Town Hall presents an open forum headlined by the political activists Regina Jackson and Sara Rao, joined onstage by the Emmy-winning director Patty Ivins, author Frederick Joseph, award-winning actress and director Lake Bell, and The Progressivists Community co-founder Jo Lorenz. The evening includes a screening of Ivins’ documentary film Deconstructing Karen, exploring Jackson and Rao’s New York Times bestselling book White Women and their provocative Race2Dinner project, designed to inspire white women to confront and acknowledge their own ingrained racism and complicity in white supremacy.