Whitney Kimball Coe to Interview Art Spiegelman

Whitney Kimball Coe

Rural Assembly director Whitney Kimball Coe and writer and historian Jacque Nodell will interview “Maus” author Art Spiegelman Monday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. ET in a live Zoom conversation sponsored by a consortium of organizations in Tennessee. 

Kimball Coe is a resident of McMinn County, Tennessee, where the school board voted to remove Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize winning book “Maus” about the Holocaust from the eighth grade curriculum. Nodell lives in Chattanooga, Tenn. 

(Read Kimball Coe’s column about the Maus controversy in McMinn County.) 

The event is sponsored by
Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga
B’nai Zion Congregation
Mizpah Congregation
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Ascension
The Tennessee Holler

The event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

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