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ecuentro5 Conversation re Racial Oppression and Antiracism In the Midst of Hate


By sandra - Posted on 23 May 2017


encuentro5 is hosting and inviting you to participate in an interactive social justice conversation about racial oppression and antiracism work. on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 6:00pm – 8:00pm at 9A Hamilton Pl. (across from Part Street train station Green and Red lines and next to Orpheum Theater) Downtown Boston.

 

The conversation will encourage discussion to better understand how root causes of white supremacy, its manifestations and underlying dynamics impacts antiracism work. The discussion will assist in the building and strengthening of unity and solidarity with local antiracist and social justice movements. 

 

 

The conversation will be led by Shay Stewart Bouley, the first African American woman to serve as Executive Director of Community Change, Inc. CCI is an anti-racism organization that was established several decades ago in Boston that educates and organizes for racial equity and justice with an emphasis on holding white people accountable  for their actions and commitment to dismantle racism beginning with their reflections, anti-racism education and working in solidarity with antiracist social justice and social change activists and movements.

light refreshments provided