Join us for Part 3 of our community conversation on race in the Northland! Both those who attended the first sessions and newcomers are welcome and encouraged to come.
A growing share of Northland residents understand that racism is still a big problem in our country and city. Injustices exist in employment, housing, education, the criminal justice system, the voting process, and more. The effects of past discrimination and segregation have not disappeared. There are large racial disparities in wealth, neighborhood safety, and life expectancy — a direct result of slavery and Jim Crow.
Come out to an important community discussion exploring race, past and present, in the Northland.
Join us for the conversation on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Garrison School (502 N Water St, Liberty, MO 64068). Breakfast provided. Please arrive at 8:45 for Breakfast.
Presented by the Northland Justice Coalition
Sponsored by Communities Creating Opportunity and the Clay County African American Legacy, Inc.
Facilitated by Dr. Seft Hunter