Know My Name, by Chanel Miller

May 31, 2022
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Room CS-0101 Parnassus

We invite you to read our featured book, "Know My Name", a memoir written by Chanel Miller, during the month of May and reconvene at the end of the month to discuss your thoughts.

Miller is a Palo Alto–born artist and writer based in San Francisco and New York. She first came into the public eye, anonymously, as "Emily Doe," the victim of a 2015 Stanford University sexual assault whose powerful impact statement presented in court went viral. Miller relinquished her anonymity and reclaimed her identity in September 2019, when she published the critically acclaimed memoir, "Know My Name".

Please join us Tues, May 31, 2022 at 5:30 to 7:00 pm in room CS-0101 Parnassus for the discussion, and please share the event flyer.

(Attendance is not required but strongly encouraged, and COVID protocols in alignment with the university will be upheld.)

Register here to participate. Get more info on the UCSF Calendar.

Some hard copies and Ebooks have been generously sponsored.* Please make your selection for book pickup at the UCSF Parnassus Library. If you are capable of purchasing your own copy and would like to support local bookstores (in-person or online ordering), here are some options:

San Francisco: Green Apple Books
Berkeley: Eastwind Books

* Limited amount of hard copies / EBooks provided by event sponsors:

UCSF Parnassus Library, Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), UCSF CARE Advocate, Associated Students of the School of Medicine (ASSM), and UCSF Multicultural Resource Center.

If you have any questions/need accommodations please email [email protected]. Thank you and hope to see you there!