Avenue 50 Studio presents One Day on the Gold Line: A Book Celebration with author Carla Rachel Sameth Featuring: Annette Wong Gale Cohen Hazel Clayton Harrison Manuela Gomez Maria Elena Fernandez Thelma Reyna, Ph.D Toni Mosley & hosted by Gerda Govine Ituarte, Ed.D
ABOUT THE BOOK – Through meditations on race, culture, and family, One Day on the Gold Line: A Memoir in Essays (Black Rose Writing, 2019) tells the story of a lesbian Jewish single mother raising a black son in Los Angeles. A memoir-in-essays, it examines life’s surprising changes that come through choice or circumstance, often seemingly out of nowhere, and sometimes darkly humorous—even as the situations are dire.
TRANSPORTATION: Parking is available behind the building, enter through the unpaved driveway.. Avenue 50 is also available via Metro Highland Park Station and Southwest Station stops, and by bus line 81 on Figueroa and Avenue 50. There is also street parking, though very limited.
ACCESSIBILITY: Space is accessible by wheelchair from the front entrance, bathroom has limited accessibility. Archways are narrow. Sound in the event space has some echoing. Though we do have parking, the ground is dirt, unpaved, and uneven. There is a separate space in the parking area that is suitable for accessible vehicles. There is also street parking.