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Recent events from Charlottesville to the NFL to the White House have raised awareness about white supremacy and how it operates in today’s society. It has raised an opportunity to examine what it means to be white, and to participate in a system that supports white supremacy. On Thursday, February 1st from 6:30-8:30pm, Rev. Julie A Mavity Maddalena, Director of Spiritual Life at Brooks School, will facilitate a workshop that examines whiteness. Participants will explore the history and construction of whiteness, what it means to be white in today’s world, and how people who are white can disrupt racism and whiteness personally, interpersonally, and systemically. All are welcome. Sign up online. Sponsored by Courageous Conversations, Showing Up for Racial Justice and Memorial Hall Library.

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