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Date(s) - 01/27/2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Facilitated by Allen Davis, Educator & Social Justice Advocate; Zoom Virtual Discussion co-hosted by Frost Free, Marlborough, and Gay-Kimball, Troy Libraries

Wednesday, January 27th at 6:30 pm follow-up on Wednesday, February 3rd at 6:30 pm

The focus of this program will be on the experiences of three local Black People, Grace Aldrich, Jim Guy, and Luis Rosa, who have generously offered to share what it means to be Black in the U.S. today. It will be facilitated by Allen Davis, an educator and social justice advocate.

Grace, Jim, and Luis’s experiences will be the starting point for an open and thoughtful conversation on race and how as a community we can learn to appreciate and understand experiences and life stories different from our own. Participants will learn how to move forward individually and as a community to be even more inclusive and compassionate.

To Register contact your library 603 876 4479, [email protected] for Frost Free Library, Marlborough or

603-242-7743 or [email protected] Gay-Kimball Library, Troy.

 

Jim Guy and Grace Aldrich, Guest Speakers

Luis Rosa, Guest Speaker