WATERVILLE — Chris Myers Asch plans to give a talk, “America’s Whitest State? Migration to Maine Yesterday and Today,” at noon Monday, Nov. 28, in Colby College’s Chace Center at 150 Main St.. There is no Zoom component for this Mid Maine Global Forum.

Asch serves as Capital Area New Mainers Project’s executive director. A native of Washington, D.C., the Hallowell resident teaches history part-time at the college and is the author most recently of “Chocolate City: A History of Race and Democracy in the Nation’s Capital,” according to a news release from Steven Knight, secretary, Mid Maine Global Forum.

No registration is needed, unless ordering a lunch. Lunch costs $15, paid at the door. For lunch options and to place an order, email Margy Burns Knights at margyburnsknight@gmail.com.

For more information about the forum, visit midmaineglobalforum.org.

For more information, about the Capital Area New Mainers Project, visit newmainersproject.org.



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