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White People Challenging Racism: Moving from Talk to Action, Mondays starting September 16

First Parish in Wayland and the Wayland Community for Social Justice are collaborating to bring this 5-week workshop to Wayland. Individuals of all races are welcome in exploring the role of white people in dismantling racism.

Dates: Mondays 9/16, 9/23, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Where: First Parish in Wayland, Stokey Library
Cost: $45

With a maximum of 15 participants, spots are reserved with payment. Attendance at all five dates is expected. Please do not sign up if you have a known conflict. Make checks payable to First Parish Wayland with WPCR in the memo and drop off or send to First Parish at 225 Boston Post Road. Because participation is on a first-come basis, let me Rachel know your check is on its way. If there is a waitlist or the dates don’t work for you, let her know your interest so that she can let you know of future workshops. This workshop is offered with generous support from the Lydia Maria Child Fund of First Parish in Wayland. Rachel can be reached at if you have questions or to let her know your check is on its way.
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