For many white people, talking about whiteness, race and racism are new. For many white residents of Manhattan Beach, hearing the city referred to as racist has been difficult. But news of police and vigilante violence, COVID-19's exposure of racial disparities in our communities, and calls to reckon with the history of Bruce's Beach have all brought conversations about race to the forefront.
What personal stories inform your current views? How is your understanding of race and racism being challenged today?
Conversations are for those (1) living in or connected to Manhattan Beach and (2) who are dedicated to the well-being of all people. We'll meet online every other week. Drop in and check it out!
Mich Levy is a white woman who grew up in Manhattan Beach. She works in adult education, and has been active in movements to overcome exclusion and violence all her adult life. Levy’s work with WeTipTheBalance.org connects those of us hungry to build the world we yearn to live in, together.
- Starting Thursday, October 1st, 2020, repeats every 2 weeks on Thursday until Thursday, December 10, 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
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Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
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