Black Women on Racism
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Five local Black women share life experiences over the past 50 years, including whether they have experienced changes in the past year.
You are invited to listen as a panel of several generations of local Black women share their experiences of life in America over the past 50 years and whether it has changed recently.
Please plan to join us Saturday, February 17, and bring a friend. The public portion of the event will begin at 7:30. and is free. The panel will be moderated by Clarice Rankins; panelists are Karen Woolridge, Corrine Matthews, Candace LaFayette and Karen Roberts.
This panel presentation follows upon the very successful panel of Muslim women which the L-Club arranged last fall. There is a good chance that there may be more.
The L-Club is an organization of liberal-minded people who meet monthly. The Unitarian Universalist Congregation is a liberal faith community which believes in justice, equity, and compassion in human relationships.
Contact: (615) 305-8594
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The public portion of this event begins at 7:30 pm in the church sanctuary.
374 Hicks Road, Nashville, TN 37221