Bedford Embraces Diversity’s Public Forum on Racial Injustice ~ July 21 at 7:30 via Zoom

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Bedford Embraces Diversity has scheduled its next public forum on racial injustice for Tuesday, July 21, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Guest speaker will be Joseph Zellner, a 39-year Bedford resident, who describes himself as “a student of history and career educator with specific study, teaching, and writing about the African-American participation and contributions into the making of the United States.”

To listen and participate, write to bedfordembracesdiversity@gmail.com to obtain the link to the Zoom meeting.

Zellner, a retired Concord-Carlisle High School faculty member, will focus on recent events and the response to them, in the context of American history. He will define racism and talk about transforming racist behavior.

Following his presentation, participants will break into small groups on Zoom for informal dialogue.

One of the goals of Bedford Embraces Diversity is to foster and sustain conversations about racism in the community, how it can be identified, addressed, and eradicated. Additional programs are planned for August and into the fall.


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