Join us for a couple hours to participate in a conversation exploring our relationships to class, race, and one another.

WHEN

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Starting At: 6:00 PM

2 hours

WHERE

Girdwood Community Room

CONTACT

Emily Lucy

elucy@akhf.org

Moving through Alternate Realities: Class & Race

This presentation was developed by the Alaska Humanities Forum Conversations Across Generations alumni cohort. The guiding question is: How do race and class shape our sense of identity and community? The springboard is a series of quotes and stories from 4 participants that dig into the effects of class and race on lived experience.

The Alaska Humanities Forum Conversation Programs team is leading this series of community conversations relating to race. These will be hosted for the community of Girdwood with specific support from GBOS. The team will prepare all materials and facilitate the actual conversations using the processes, topics, and tools from their Kindling Conversation program.

Community conversations are a space to bring folks together to connect on a topic and guiding question; using toolkits that are a part of the Kindling Conversation Program for the Alaska Humanities Forum. These spaces are welcome to anyone and participation is encouraged but whatever folks want to share or not, is completely up to them!

Refreshments provided ~

Register here!

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