Racism in America — 50 Years After the Dream
Community Screening and Dialog:
Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
105 Winslow Way W.
$5 suggested donation
A new documentary film about racism in America is being co-sponsored by Cedars Adult Programs.
The 70-minute film is titled Cracking the Codes – The System of Racial Inequity. The film includes moving personal testimony from 23 leaders who illuminate the issues around racial disparities, and how important it is to deepen the dialogue around race in America.
Following the showing there will be an open discussion facilitated by three members of the community (Peggi Erickson, Sharon Negri, and Charlotte Rovelstad).
Join us at 7pm on Tuesday evening, September 24th at the Eagle Harbor Congregational Church (the building with the white steeple in the heart of Winslow). There is a $5 suggested donation to cover the cost of the room and handouts. For additional information call 206-780-9718.
Co-sponsors include Cedars, YES! Magazine, Bethany Lutheran Church, and Suquamish United Church of Christ.
For more information, please see: www.cedarsuuchurch.org