Dismantling Racism: A Community Forum For Southeast Seattle

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October 16th, 2015, is the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March, Minister Louis Farrakhan's assembly of over a million black men in Washington D.C. around a common purpose centering on justice and atonement. Our October event will focus on the history of the march, the impact it had when it happened and in the two decades since, and we will talk about the call to action by Minister Farrakhan 20 years later, "Justice or Else," and what that form of activism and community action means to communities and individuals today.

Anyone with any interest in the topic is invited to attend. The event is free to the public.

“Dismantling Racism: a community forum for Southeast Seattle” is a monthly event co-sponsored by Rainier Valley Historical Society, SouthEast Effective Development, and South Seattle Emerald. Each installation in the series will include a panel discussion or presentation by an individual, group, or representative(s) of an organization followed by a group discussion, with participation among everyone in attendance encouraged.
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By: Rainier Valley Historical Society