Join the Division of Race & Equity for sacred conversations this summer
This year marks the 400-year commemoration of African people being brought to Jamestown, Virginia, by the British and forced into slavery. The Division of Race & Equity, through the City’s racial equity coordinators, believe this commemoration provides the City and all of its employees an opportunity to discuss and explore the enduring ramifications of this event. Therefore, you are invited to take part in sacred conversations over the next few months. Each month's session will have a theme: May, Remembering Who We Are; June, Recovering the Narratives of Oppression and Liberation; and July, Re-imagining a Future without Harm. The Division of Race & Equity believes that through open and safe conversation we can address and begin the healing process for all who have been directly and indirectly affected by this legacy.
Dates for the discussions will be announced soon. The May 30 discussion has been postponed. Check CityTalk and Minneapolis Matters for more details.
No registration is required to attend.
For more information, contact [email protected].
Published May 28, 2019