Join us **in person in the Community Room at the Library** on the first Monday evening of each scheduled month at 7:30 pm for Watch. Read. Listen. Engage. How to Become an Antiracist Discussion Series. Discussion group activities will include watching movies, listening to podcasts, and reading books (both fiction and nonfiction) in advance of our meetings that will help educate about systemic racism, prejudice, white privilege and what it means to be a black person in our society. Engage in what may be uncomfortable and possibly challenging discussions with fellow community members. If you haven’t already, please click here to read and sign the Antiracism Discussion Group Ground Rules prior to your first meeting.
Registration is required (when you register, you are registered for all sessions).
November 1, 2021: Read. NY Times article “What is Critical Race Theory?” and American Bar Association article “A Lesson on Critical Race Theory.” Please read these articles prior to our meeting so we can then discuss them when we meet in-person.
December 6, 2021: agenda TBA
February 7, 2022: agenda TBA
March 7, 2022: agenda TBA
April 4, 2022: agenda TBA