This is a FREE event at the Princeton YWCA, however since they have limited seats, a RSVP is required. Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stand-against-racism-thought-provoking-talks-tickets-44724741907
Social justice workshop featuring four distinguished speakers who will talk about their personal experiences with racism, and how it affects people and the world today. Then small facilitated discussion groups will be asked to come up with solutions to the questions posed by the speakers at the end of their talks. Speakers & Topics:
- Dr. Jianping Wang, President Mercer Community College, "Act what you believe"
- Dr. Evelyn McDowell, Professor Rider College, "Understanding the Effects of Racism Through the Lens of Family Histories"
- Noemi de la Puente, Author and Playwright, "Maniel vs. the Statue of Liberty - writing and producing as ways of using your voice for change"
- Shirley Satterfield, Princeton Community Historian, "I was born colored"