A Conversation on Race: A Process of Discovery

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A Conversation on Race: A Process of Discovery

Time: April 9, 2014 from 5pm to 7pm
Location: Phillis Wheatley Community Library
Street: 33 Dr. Samuel McCree Way
City/Town: Rochester
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Phone: 428.8212
Event Type: conversation, meeting
Organized By: For more information contact Rebecca Fuss, 428.8350 or Rebecca.Fuss@libraryweb.org
Latest Activity: Apr 8, 2014

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We can all make a difference by bringing our community together.   Join your neighbors and other members of our community in an open dialogue about race and its impact on all of us.


Presented by the Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library (FFRPL)

in collaboration with:
Velvery Caldwell, Metro Justice; Donna Goldberg, FFRPL; The Reverend Lawrence Hargrave, Asbury First United Methodist Church; Steve Jarose, The National Coalition Building Institute; Ann Johnson, ACT Rochester; Rebecca Johnson, Rochester Institute of Technology; Pat Mannix, Metro Justice; Kit Miller, The MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence; Jim Thompson; Sherry Walker-Cowart, The Center for Dispute Settlement


For more information contact Rebecca Fuss, FFRPL Director of Programming & Outreach,
at 428.8350 or Rebecca.Fuss@libraryweb.org

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Comment by Robin John Dettman on April 3, 2014 at 8:35am

As a Board Member at The Baobab Cultural Center we know how important these conversations are. This work is one topic at the center of our programs. Another important element of The Center's work is education about the authentic and magnificent Afrocentric culture of Africa and people of African decent.

Comment by MacClurg Vivian on April 2, 2014 at 11:13am

I support these efforts but am going to Ganondagan Annual Meeting that night. Thanks , MacClurg

Comment by Alison Skvarla on April 2, 2014 at 7:18am
Members of the Vision Quest teacher led school will be in attendance, as this is an important part of our upcoming curriculum development work with the Rochester Teacher Center.

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