Engage more deeply with political representatives and community leaders at the second annual Racial Justice Town Hall. The Town Hall is an intimate forum providing space to dialogue with elected officials about how their offices are addressing racism in our city and county.
It is also an opportunity for those unable to attend the Summit on Saturday to participate and, for those who can, to continue the dialogue on Saturday, January 20 at the Summit.
The Summit will provide trained facilitators to lead group conversations informed by the theme of this year’s Summit Against Racism conference, The Struggle Continues: Healing Trauma, Building Community, and Inspiring Action.
Volunteer opportunities and registration for our Pre-Summit Town Hall at the Union Project is now open. Over 150 people attended last year. Sign up now.
5:30-8 p.m. at the Union Project (801 N. Negley Ave., 15206). Free, but please register here. (and donations gratefully accepted!)