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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Community Dialogues on Race

Earl By the WaterDialogue on Creating Space
 
Tuesday, September 6th, 5pm to 7pm
187 High Street, Suite 302, Holyoke
Facilitated by: Earl Miller

This event is intended to create space for people in the local community to come together and talk about the realities of all the traumatic events and violence playing out around us and constantly flooding the news.

We will have the opportunity to share how we have been impacted, network and talk about what our support and advocacy efforts might look like moving forward.

This dialogue is specifically for people of color.

 


 Michaelann and Louis

Community Dialogue: Healing Racism

Tuesday, September 13, 6pm to 8pm
@ the Holyoke Library,
250 Chestnut Street, Holyoke

Facilitated by: Louis Mitchell & Michaelann Bewsee

This event is intended to create space for people in the local community to come together in recognition of ongoing violence against black people in our nation, and to talk about our own roles in healing racism.

We will have the opportunity to explore systemic racism, white privilege, and other issues requiring personal examination in order to make change and not be complicit with the harms being done (though we know, going in, that time will run short and this dialogue will need to be just one of many).

Although open to anyone,
this dialogue will particularly be geared toward white individuals,
as it is those of us who benefit most from whiteness that bear the greatest responsibility for undoing its power.

This dialogue is just one step of many.

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