Community Dialogue on Race in Arcata Tomorrow

This is a press release from the City of Arcata:

Arcata, CA – In memory of David Josiah Lawson, the City of Arcata will be supporting a safe space for a Community Dialogue on Race on Thursday, March 22 at 5:30pm.

Members of the community will be coming together in an informal setting to help bring awareness to local racial discrimination and to discuss ideas on how our community can make progress and improve. All community members are encouraged to attend and share their ideas.

The discussion will be facilitated by Pastor Roger Williams and will take place at the D Street Neighborhood Center located at 1301 D Street in Arcata. More information will be provided as it becomes available.

For more information, call 707-822-5953.

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3 comments

  • Good old Arcata…still buckling under the pressures put up by temporary citizens .

  • That’s going to get heated in there. I hope they have lots of non-biased security to handle it.
    I won’t go. (stop the applause Jack, you’re hurting my ears!).
    The race card isn’t the norm for our area. It’s a new agenda that was created to distract from the true racists. I’m still researching all this, and will never solve it, but the leads so far are outrageously infuriating. Don’t read this unless you have funds for a new tophat, because the one you’re wearing is liable to blow, especially after you dive even deeper and discover who’s in the heart of the Shadow Govt. http://www.wnd.com/2015/04/clinton-foundation-distributed-useless-drugs-to-aids-patients/

    I love you all and hope you love each other.

  • No dialogue. Just the same ol’ tired leftist monologue.

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