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Free Public Workshops on Resisting Racial Hatred & Bias

The Center for Community Engagement at Lewis & Clark is planning a series of workshops, open to the public, that will provide information, skills and resources for resisting hate and bias. The series, titled Friend, Neighbor, Ally: Community Response and Supportive Engagement with those Targeted by Hate and Bias, will take place between February and June 2018. Final scheduling for the individual workshops is currently underway.

Visit Lewis & Clark's Continuing Education website for more information and a list of topics to be addressed.

Thanks to Jane Lovelady for bringing this to our attention. It looks like a wonderful opportunity for all of us at Respond to Racism to engage in further dialogue and to explore additional actions.


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