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A Racial Reckoning In Retrospect: A Community Conversation

A multicultural group of raised hands.
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A multicultural group of raised hands.

Where are we now?

How did we get here?

Where do we go from here?

Those are a few of the questions for a community conversation this weekend, hosted by the Chattanooga Racial Equity Collective - titled: “A Racial Reckoning in Retrospect.”

The free event - open to the public - is Saturday, starting at 6 PM, at the Horton-Keller Center for Traumatic Healing at 2800 N. Chamberlain Ave.

Donivan Brown of the Horton-Keller Center and Lakweshia Ewing are members of the Collective.

Banner for “A Racial Reckoning In Retrospect.”
Chattanooga Racial Equity Collective

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, Mondays - Thursdays at 3 PM on WUTC.
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