”Historical Storytelling Related to Race and Difference,” an afternoon of activities and dialogue relating to race, will be held on Sunday, May 19 at St. Stephen’s Church in Lynn.
A centering media piece will be used to explore an aspect of attendees’ personal histories that provide racial revelations. Facilitating the event will be social justice advocate Betsy Disharoon as well as Karen Groce-Horan, co-founder of "Courageous Conversations Toward Racial Justice," a community collaboration in the Milton–Mattapan area.
The event is hosted by the Beloved Community Team of St. Stephen’s Church in Lynn and the Church of St. Andrew in Marblehead. It is free and open to the public and is appropriate for all ages. Light refreshments will be served. Find the Facebook event here.
For more information contact Pamela Poppe at email@example.com.