Culture & Identity: Trevor Noah’s Stories from South Africa and Abroad

Details
Date:

November 15

Time:

11:00 am - 01:00 pm

Event Category:

NC State students

Event Tags:

cultural competence, global culture, identity, race, south africa, storytelling, usa

Organizer

Global Training Initiative

Venue

Venture IV, Suite 210

1730 Varsity Drive, Suite 210

Raleigh, North Carolina, 27606

Join us for an informal discussion about culture, history, politics and storytelling exploring Trevor Noah’s memoir and stand-up comedy.

About this Event

Born A Crime¬†by comedian and talkshow host Trevor Noah was selected as NC State’s 2019¬†Common Reading. Like his spoken comedy, Noah’s book draws upon personal experience and humor to communicate cultural differences related to identity and history. Whether you’ve read the book multiple times or never got around to it, GTI invites students to join for an informal discussion of various elements of culture in Trevor Noah’s stories.

Topics: South Africa, USA, global culture, race, identity, storytelling, cultural competence

Students should register in reporter to attend: https://reporter.ncsu.edu/link/instanceview?courseID=OGE-GTI-IEM&deptName=OGE&instanceID=000001

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