Community Action

Kitchen Table Conversations

Aspects of Racial Equity

November 14, 2012
You are welcome at the Kitchen Table! Each year, Community Action chooses a topic with impact on those living in low-income circumstances. We invite experts to present a point of view, then discuss and suggest opportunities for action with community members. Facing Race will facilitate our inter-generational discussion about how to move the dialogue forward, as we learn about myths that keep racism in place.
Youth and young adults are encouraged to attend! Please join us for an interactive discussion that may inform the way you view the world.

Seating is limited to 35 people. RSVP: Sandie Albarella at 651.603.5923 or

Wednesday, November 14 Uncovering 5 Myths that Support Racism
Ms. Rowzat Shipchandler The Saint Paul Foundation’s Facing Race Initiative 5:30pm light meal, 6:00-8:30 program Library and Learning Center, Room 302 (Ecolab) 645 E. Seventh St., St. Paul Park in lot on Maria Ave — Passes will be provided

*Metropolitan State University

*Note change in location from previous Kitchen Table events

Honored Co-sponsors African American Leadership Council of St. Paul EDIT Metropolitan State University Minnesota Second Chance Coalition 180 Degrees, Inc.

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