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The series was designed to create a dialogue, information sharing and community building across race, perspective, background and age.
Each session will last 90 minutes, with the first two sessions featuring the following break out sessions on alternatives to policing; racism as a public health issue; Black Lives Matter and allyship; and self care during emotional trauma.
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The third session will serve as a wrap up and provide participants the opportunity to share ideas on how to create the desired changes in Dayton and the world.
The sessions are scheduled for:
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Community members, practitioners and organization are invited to join and participate.
Anyone with questions or looking for more information should contact the HRC at 937-333-1402.