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Ta-Nehisi Coates: On Race in America

  • Cintas Center 1624 Herald Avenue Cincinnati, OH, 45207 United States (map)

"On Race in America"

Ta-Nehisi Coates is an award-winning author and a national correspondent for The Atlantic. He is well-known for his writing on cultural issues and race relations in the United States. His book Between the World and Me is a New York Times Bestseller and his essay "The Case for Reparations" is widely acclaimed. Ta-Nehisi Coates will visit Xavier University on September 26th to give a talk on “On Race in America”.    

Location: Cintas Center, 7 p.m. The event will be free and open to the public. Tickets are required.

Additional Tickets will be available to the public for pick up beginning August 29 at the Cintas Center at 9 a.m. On Sept. 2 at 5 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers at Rookwood Pavilion will also have tickets available for pick up.  If all the tickets are claimed from the Cintas Center, Joseph-Beth will still have tickets. We want to make sure that if you are not able to make it to the Cintas Center during business hours, you are able to claim a ticket during non-business hours at Joseph-Beth. For additional updates visit the Facebook Event page.

Xavier Athletics Ticket Office
1624 Herald Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45207

Phone: 513-745-3411 x 7

Email: tickets@xavier.edu

The Xavier Athletics Ticket Office is located in Cintas Center and is easily accessible off of Herald Avenue and by entering through the East Entrance. The office is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Tickets are limited to four per person. 

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We thank our Sponsors for their generous support. KnowledgeWorks, StrivePartnership, YWCA, Christ Church Cathedral, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation...Support also comes from Crossroads ChurchThe National Underground Railroad Freedom CenterAMOS ProjectNextGen Climate, as well as Xavier's Brueggeman Center for Dialogue, The First-Year Seminar Program, The Center for Diversity and Inclusion, the Ethics/Religion and Society Program, in addition to generous support from the President's Office at Xavier University.