Tue, Feb 16 | Zoom

Black Legacy: What it means to be in solidarity with Black families

Please join us to celebrate “Black Legacy: what it means to be in solidarity with Black families”. We will provide a learning space for community to hear an intergenerational conversation around a local family’s organizing in Worcester and ways for allies to show up in solidarity.
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Black Legacy: What it means to be in solidarity with Black families

Time & Location

Feb 16, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Zoom

About the Event

Thư Nguyễn for Worcester City Councilor At Large invites you to the Loving Worcester Leading Worcester campaign fundraising series.  These community conversations will explore what it means to be in solidarity with Worcester’s residents working towards change.  The first conversation in this campaign fundraising series will kick off during Black History Month.

Please join us to celebrate “Black Legacy: what it means to be in solidarity with Black families”. We will provide a learning space for community to hear an intergenerational conversation around a local family’s organizing in Worcester and ways for allies to show up in solidarity.

Featured Speakers:

Parlee Jones

Sha-Asia Medina

Born Everlasting

Thịs is a fundraiser to help Thư win in November but no one will be turned away despite inability to donate.

Suggested donations: $25 $50 $100 $200 $500

Donate for Zoom link: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/votethu

Registration is Closed

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