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Howard Community College Presents the Bauder Lecture

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September 22, 2022, at 12:30 p.m.
Howard Community College’s Smith Theatre
and Streamed via Vimeo

This event will include sign-language interpretation for patrons joining us both in person and via Vimeo.

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Gabriel Bump, author of “Everywhere You Don’t Belong,” will deliver the keynote at the 2nd Annual Bauder Lecture. Following his keynote, Bump will be joined by Tyrese L. Coleman, author of, “How to Sit,” for an in-depth conversation. 

Gabriel BumpGabriel Bump is the author of "Everywhere You Don’t Belong" (Workman, 2020), a New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2020 and an Electric Lit Favorite Novel of 2020. The novel follows protagonist Claude, a young Black man born on the South Side of Chicago and raised by his civil rights–era grandmother, who tries to shape him into a principled actor for change; yet when riots consume his neighborhood, he hesitates to take sides, unwilling to let race define his life. He escapes Chicago to go to college, to find a new identity, and to leave the pressure cooker of his hometown behind. But as he discovers, there is no safe haven for a young Black man in this time and place called America. 

Following his keynote, Bump will be joined by Washington, D.C.-based writer, Tyrese L. Coleman, author of, “How to Sit,” forTyrese an in-depth conversation. Tyrese L. Coleman is a writer, wife, mother, and attorney. Her debut collection of stories and essays, “How to Sit,” was published by Mason Jar Press in 2018 and nominated for a 2019 PEN Open Book Award. Her work has appeared as a notable in "Best American Essays" 2018 and 2016 and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. 

The Bauder Lecture by Howard Community College is made possible by a generous grant from Dr. Lillian Bauder, a community leader and Columbia resident. Howard Community College will present an annual endowed author lecture known as The Bauder Lecture, and the chosen book will be celebrated with two student awards. Known as the Don Bauder Awards, any Howard Community College student who has read the featured book is eligible to respond and reflect on the book in an essay or other creative format. The awards honor the memory of Don Bauder, late husband of Dr. Lillian Bauder and a champion of civil rights and social justice causes. 

“Everywhere You Don't Belong” was selected by the Howard County Book Connection committee as its choice for the 2022–2023 academic year. The Howard County Book Connection is a partnership of Howard Community College and the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo). Visit the Howard County Book Connection web page for additional information. 

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