Virtual: Poetry and Action: Using Spoken Word to Discuss Racism

Date: July 9, 2020Time: 4:00 pm

In response to the murder of George Floyd, and countless others, at the hands of the police, we are creating opportunities for learning and dialogue and sharing ways to take action. Rachel and Ariel Amaru will use poetry to have small group discussions on racism in America. Our conversations will lead to discussions on actions an individual can take to support racial justice.

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Thursday, July 9 | 4 pm MST | FREE | REGISTER HERE
Attendees do not need to have Zoom installed to participate. All sessions can be accessed through a computer, smartphone, or tablet.

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