Alameda’s own Natalie Devora will discuss her 2018 memoir, Black Girl, White Skin. Natalie Devora is a writer and activist. Living as a Black woman with albinism affords her a unique lens through which she navigates the world. She has been featured on NPR’s Code Switch She currently serves as the National Coordinator for International Albinism Awareness Day with the National Association for Albinism and Hypopigmentation NOAH.
Come attend a presentation about the final phase in famed artist Charles Monet’s long career in which he produced many of his lush, panoramic paintings from his gardens in Giverny, France. Based on an exhibit being held at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco Feb. 16 to May 27.