Courageous Conversations Towards Racial Justice
A monthly series of dialogue-centered initiatives on racism and privilege in Milton, MA and Mattapan, MA designed to address racial healing, equity, and justice.
June: Public Reading of Frederick Douglass
When? Thursday, June 27th
Where? Forbes House Museum (215 Adams St, Milton, MA 02186)
At this event, we will take turns reading the Frederick Douglass speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" We will have a moderated discussion, addressing topics such as how the impacts of slavery are still felt today and the ways in which race plays a role in our current lives.
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I Am A Man
When? June 8th, 6:00 PM
Where? Hibernian Hall (184 Dudley St, Boston, MA 02119)
Featuring spoken word, dance, multimedia, and music by Black male composers, including a world premiere by Castle of our Skins 2018 - 2019 Composer-in-Residence Brian Raphael Nabors.
The concert will be followed by a reception.
We believe that racism impacts all of us and operates in our community, country, and world on a personal and systemic level.
We believe this movement will be fostered through the hard work of personal transformation.
Our goal is to participate in understanding, interrupting, and ending systems of white supremacy culture and racism.