The PRHSB team and some of our speakers will be in Seattle, Washington for the 43rd Annual Conference on the First-Year Experience from February 18-21, 2024. Here is some inspiration for your programming for first-year students.
Patricia Evangelista is the author of Some People Need Killings and the award-winning investigative journalist for Rappler, one of the Philippines’ top news sites which was founded by 2021 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.
From advancements in technology to shifts in geopolitical landscapes, the year 2024 holds promises and challenges that are poised to shape the course of our collective future. We spoke to some of our speakers and asked them to weigh in on what topics and trends they see shaping 2024.
It’s been another year of great books! As you look for ideas for upcoming events, let our speakers and their books inspire you.
In 2024, Women’s History Month celebrates the theme Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Let yourself be inspired by the speakers on our roster who are fighting for equity and fairness.
Tommy Orange’s 2018 Pulitzer Prize-finalist and national bestseller There There has been read by thousands as part of city- and statewide Community Reads programs. A look at two standout events in Chicago and Maryland.
Is your organization planning to host a community-wide reading program in 2024? A wide array of books by PRHSB speakers have been selected as NEA Big Reads books. Find out more about these titles and speakers and submit your grant today.
From hilarious, heartwarming series to gripping documentaries and major motion pictures, these speakers’ books have been the inspirations for some of the most talked-about adaptations.
Alison Mariella Désir is an endurance athlete, mental health advocate, and author of Running While Black. In her book and passionate keynotes, she tackles the issues of race and mental health through the lens of long-distance running.