Join us in dialogue and active listening as we explore anti-racist ideas and practices in the current context. Come ready to have brave conversations and become a better ally to communities of color. All ages welcome!
Choose any or all of the recommended materials to read, watch, or listen to. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance accessing these materials or joining the Zoom room.
May 13: Art and Anti-Racism - Come ready to share your favorite works of anti-racist art (of any form)!
- Read: "Art That Confronts and Challenges Racism: Start Here" (NY Times), "Poetry and Racial Justice and Equality" (Poetry Foundation)
- Watch: "Jeremy Okai Davis: Art That Speaks to Racism And Healing" (OPB), "30 Americans: Art Works to Confront Racism" (IN Close)
- Listen: "We Insist: A Century Of Black Music Against State Violence" (NPR Music), "Both Party And Protest, 'Alright' Is The Sound Of Black Life's Duality" - Andrew Limbong (NPR)
June 10: Juneteenth (recommeded resources will be posted 1-2 weeks in advance)
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