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The Role Libraries Play in Racial Justice

  • Common Street Spiritual Center 13 Common St. Natick, MA (map)

Maria will be our guest speaker and discussion leader for this month. She is a librarian and is working on her dissertation for her Ph.D from University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. The subject for her dissertation is Democracy and Libraries. Maria is a long time Knapsack organizer.

We will start by sharing how we each individually use libraries. And if we do now, or have ever worked for a library.

More details will be posted as the meeting is planned.

Please join in the conversation as we continue to get real about the problem of racism in our world, and move toward personal and collaborative action. Our Racial Justice Dialogues (RJD) are opportunities to talk openly about racism and other forms of oppression in our society. Please join us to continue sharing our experiences, hopes and dreams about living in community beyond race. All are welcome.

- This group meets the first Saturday of each month in the Moon Room on second floor of the building. The meeting topics come from votes done at meetings.

- Parking is available, and the Worcester Line of the commuter rail stops in Natick, walking distance away. Please let us know your needs so we can help make the event accessible for you.

To help us be prepared for all participants, please RSVP if you can come to this meeting and change it if your plans change.

See our Meetup page for details about this and other events 

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Later Event: April 6
An Evening of Culture