WESTPORT, Conn. -- Washington Post columnist Lonnae O’Neal Parker will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of Y's Women on Oct. 26.
Parker wrote "I’m Every Woman: Remixed Stories of Marriage, Motherhood and Work" and was recipient of the 2000 Columbia School of Journalism Award for distinguished coverage of race and ethnicity in America. ABC's "Nightline" featured her article "White Girl" in a special broadcast.
The award-winning columnist focuses on family, motherhood, race, culture and the small things in life. She contributed to the Washington Post's 2006 award-winning series "Being a Black Man."
The event takes place at Temple Israel at 10 Coleytown Road and begins at 10 a.m. Parker's presentation will start at 11:30 a.m.
To learn more about Y's Women, visit yswomen.org.
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