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Culture, Religion, and Race

Learning How Beliefs About Race Can Define Any Community

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St. Croix Valley Women's Alliance Book Discussion

 Join us for a night of discussion.
Wednesday, March 14th 7 pm
Location: Home of Mary Ellen Kasak-Saxler
Email mekasaksaxler@msn.com to rsvp and get directions.
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/26/books/review/white-rage-by-carol-anderson.html
The Stillwater Public library has some available. Paperback can be found for $10.96.      
Recommended Podcasts on this topic:
http://uncivil.show/
http://podcast.cdsporch.org/seeing-white/
website: https://scvwa.wordpress.com/about/

What Would You Do?

Hosting the Blackout Improv Group
By Do Good Roseville
Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

   

All of us have seen videos or witnessed situations of racist interactions or micro aggressions of racial discrimination. Have you ever wondered what you would do or say if you were witness  to such a situation, whether you are in places like a store, in the classroom, or on public transit?


Speaking up is better than stepping back. Come  and experience those very scenarios and participate as an audience 

with   the help of three actors from Blackout  Improv.

This is the opportunity to practice those skills without judgement.

 

Blackout Improv is a comedy group of stand-up comedians, musicians, 

and   classically trained actors performing in a cast that is all black.

 

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Ramsey County   Library – Roseville

2180 Hamline   Ave, N., Roseville

Seating is limited (and please check   your privilege at the door)

       

For more information, go to DoGoodRoseville.com

Do Good Roseville is not associated with the City of Roseville.