Toshi Reagon
I Don’t Know Where I’m Going but I’ll Get There Right On Time

Join singer, composer, and activist Toshi Reagon for the 2018 Hillard Gold ’39 Lecture: an evening of talk and performance inspired by Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower. Toshi is the first-ever Carolina Performing Arts Mellon Foundation DisTIL fellow, and a versatile singer, composer, musician, curator and producer. Among her many other accolades, she is a National Women’s History Month Honoree, 2010 recipient of OutMusic’s Heritage Award, and a 2015 Ford Foundation Art of Change Fellow.

This event is hosted by Honors Carolina in the College of Arts and Sciences in partnership with Carolina Performing Arts. The Hillard Gold ’39 Lecture was established by alumni James and Jonathan Gold to honor the memory of their father, Hillard Gold, a member of the UNC Class of 1939.

This event is free and open to the public. RSVP appreciated but not required >> RSVP on Facebook