Monday, October 22, 2:30pm Paley Library Lecture Hall A Lecture by Juan Williams Eyes on the Prize: The Truths of American Race Relations On Monday, October 22, Temple University Libraries, the College of Liberal Arts, the General Education Program and the Office of the Provost will welcome distinguished journalist and NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams. Williams is one of America’s leading political writers and thinkers. In addition to his work for NPR, he is a political analyst for Fox Television and a regular panelist on FoxNews Sunday. He has written prize-winning columns and editorials for The Washington Post. Williams has also worked extensively in the documentary medium, having won an Emmy Award for his television writing. Williams is also the author of six books; including nonfiction bestseller Eyes on the Prize: America’s Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965 and an acclaimed biography, Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary. His work, My Soul Looks Back in Wonder, presents eyewitness accounts of history-making movements for African American, Latino and women’s rights. His latest book is Enough—The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America- and What We Can Do About It. Please join the College of Liberal Arts, the General Education Program, Temple University Libraries and the Office of the Provost in welcoming one of today’s leading speakers on politics, journalism, American culture, demographics and issues of race and diversity. Please come to Paley Library Lecture Hall, Monday, October 22 at 2:30pm to hear Eyes on the Prize: The Truths of American Race Relations. After his talk, Mr. Williams will receive questions from the audience. All are welcome. For more information please contact Nicole Restaino, Library Communications Manager at 215-204-2828 or firstname.lastname@example.org.