City Lights: Author Mayra Cuevas; Remembering Pellom McDaniels III; And More

Pellom McDaniels III became the faculty curator of the African American Collections at Emory's Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library in 2013. He passed away on Sunday.
Pellom McDaniels III became the faculty curator of the African American Collections at Emory's Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library in 2013. He passed away on Sunday.
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Tuesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:21: Lois Reitzes talks with author Mayra Cuevas about her novel “Salty, Bitter, Sweet,” a coming-of-age story combined with romantic comedy.
  • 19:55: Frank Reiss, owner of the independent bookstore A Cappella Books, sits down with Reitzes for a discussion about what his store has had to do to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • 32:19: Reitzes remembers professor Pellom McDaniels III with Emory University President Claire Sterk. McDaniels passed away suddenly on April 19.
  • 39:27: As part of remembering McDaniels, we share an interview Reitzes had with Professor Pellom McDaniels, curator of the African American collections at Emory’s Rose Library, and Shane Stephens, the Irish consul general, about Frederick Douglass.
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