On November 3, 2014, Black will open the series at Greensboro College exploring the challenge of the ISIS terrorism threat with an emphasis on the group’s financial resources, including oil smuggling.
On November 4, 2014, reflecting the findings of Financing the Flames, Black will explore the health impacts of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and their relationship to human rights organizations and finances, during a speech at Winston-Salem State University School of Health Sciences. That same day he will also answer general questions about the Mideast crisis for African-American leadership at the Winston-Salem Urban League. The evening of November 4, 2014, Black will deliver the main lecture of the series, “Financing the Flames -- Money and Human Rights in Israel” at Guilford College in Greensboro.
On November 5, 2014, Black will provide a breakfast briefing for Guilford’s international studies majors, emphasizing international law and the Israel crisis. Later that day, he concludes the series with an open discussion for Guilford students about all aspects of the Mideast crisis.
While in the area, Black will also deliver two events for journalism students. “Journalism in the Misinformation Age” is for Guilford College journalism students. The second event, which will be videotaped for the Charlotte Law School Viewpoint Project, will be a memoir about “becoming an investigative reporter” along with insights into oil addiction.
The eight events in North Carolina will be preceded on November 2, 2014 at Temple Emanuel in nearby Roanoke, Virginia with a sneak preview lecture entitled “How Charitable Organizations and Taxpayers Finance the Flames of Confrontation in Israel.”
The North Carolina scholar-in-residence series, part of a thirty-event fall tour that reaches Roanoke, Greensboro, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, South Florida, Los Angeles, and Detroit. In February and early March 2014, Black appeared before four parliaments in four weeks: The British House of Commons in London, the European Parliament in Brussels, the Israeli Knesset in Jerusalem, and then the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee in Washington, D.C.
For more information on Edwin Black’s tour, go to here.
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