The Signature Series provides enriching cultural and educational experiences for the community that entertain, inform and enlighten. These after-hours programs are free and open to the public; however, free tickets are required.
To request tickets, click on the program's title or phone 859-781-6166, ext. 31. Ticket reservations for individual events will not be accepted before the dates listed below.
At ten years of age, Gregory H. Williams began to learn just how different that life would be. Born in Virginia to a light-skinned black father and a white mother, Williams grew up thinking he was white. In 1954, he and his younger brother were forced to move to Muncie, Indiana to live with his father’s family. Issues of race and identity became a harsh reality. From that reality, a compelling and inspiring story evolved. Join Dr. Gregory H. Williams as he discusses his enduring and award-winning memoir, Life on the Color Line: The True Story of a White Boy who Discovered He Was Black.