Events

Tuesday, Jan 31, 17 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Discussions of Difference: Building Empathy, Understanding & Inclusion in the Greater Brockton Community

Location: Various dates and locations, from January 31 to May 23

Panel discussions will focus on how race, gender, ability and economic class affect how we see each other. We will develop a plan to lift up Brockton's diversity as the positive quality it is, reminding neighbors that we are all in this together.

Various dates and locations:

  • Tuesday, January 31 at Brockton Public Library
  • Tuesday, February 21 at TBD
  • Tuesday, March 28 at Brockton Public Library, with Rahsaan Hall, director of the Racial Justice Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts
  • Tuesday, April 25 at Brockton Public Library
  • Tuesday, May 23 at TBD

The time is the same for each date: 6-8pm with panel discussions at 6:30pm.

Co-hosted by State Rep. Michelle DuBois and City Councilors Shaynah Barnes, Moises Rodrigues and Robert Sullivan

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