Meaningful Conversations About Racism and What To Do About It

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This is a series of 4 talks meeting once a month. With the help of two esteemed facilitators, we will listen to one another and explore solutions for empowering and engaging all people to create and serve a united community as we tackle the challenges of racism. This is our second meeting in the series. The topic is stereotypes and micro-aggressions.

The facilitators are: Selena Orona and Rev. Quardricos Driskell.
* Ms. Orona is the Secretary of the governing board of the Alexandria Bahá'í Community; Founder of Metamorphosis Art And Enrichment Center; and Associate Director for ChildTime Learning Center.
* Rev. Quardricos Driskell is the Pastor of Beulah Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA; Religion and Politics Adjunct Professor at George Washington Graduate School of Political Management; and Government relations manager for the American Urological Association (AUA).

All are welcome!