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Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable

Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization of men and women incorporated in 1999. The goal of the Roundtable is to raise awareness about the issue of domestic violence through community education and networking and to improve the coordination between public and private services for victims and families touched by domestic violence.

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To: All Residents
From: Town Administrator and Health Director Date: March 27, 2020 at 3:00 pm
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All Library Programs Cancelled and Library Public Meeting Room Closed

In response to the Governor’s State of Emergency declaration and recommendation that non- essential gatherings be canceled, we have canceled all libra…

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Apr
13
Mon
CANCELLED: Let’s Talk about Racism @ First Parish in Wayland
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CANCELLED: Let's Talk about Racism @ First Parish in Wayland

Note: this event has been cancelled

Let’s Talk about Racism, informal drop-in conversations facilitated by Rachel Sideman-Kurtz (rsideperson@yahoo.com).  Meets at First Parish in Wayland, 50 Boston Post Rd.  All are welcome. Mondays at 7pm

  • Monday, January 13: I’m Racist?  Let’s Discuss.  Let’s discuss how believing “I’m not racist” is not helpful when discussing racism. We’ll consider definitions and semantics, opening our hearts and minds to the state of our society.
  • Monday, February 10: What We’re Reading and Watching. Let’s share what we are learning on our own, and bring questions for discussion.
  • Monday, March 16: Knowing Better, Doing Better. Do you feel a call to action? What are your efforts? Let’s share our successes and challenges and draw inspiration from each other
  • Monday, April 13: The Economics of Race. We will consider our country’s history, exploring how government policies and practices have created disparity based on race that we experience today. Can we undo this damage?
  • Monday, May 11: Looking in the Mirror: Hallmarks of White Culture. We’ll consider the ways white culture not only exists, but pervades our society and how it makes cross-cultural communication and interaction challenging
May
11
Mon
CANCELLED: Let’s Talk about Racism @ First Parish in Wayland
May 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CANCELLED: Let's Talk about Racism @ First Parish in Wayland

Note: this event has been cancelled

Let’s Talk about Racism, informal drop-in conversations facilitated by Rachel Sideman-Kurtz (rsideperson@yahoo.com).  Meets at First Parish in Wayland, 50 Boston Post Rd.  All are welcome. Mondays at 7pm

  • Monday, January 13: I’m Racist?  Let’s Discuss.  Let’s discuss how believing “I’m not racist” is not helpful when discussing racism. We’ll consider definitions and semantics, opening our hearts and minds to the state of our society.
  • Monday, February 10: What We’re Reading and Watching. Let’s share what we are learning on our own, and bring questions for discussion.
  • Monday, March 16: Knowing Better, Doing Better. Do you feel a call to action? What are your efforts? Let’s share our successes and challenges and draw inspiration from each other
  • Monday, April 13: The Economics of Race. We will consider our country’s history, exploring how government policies and practices have created disparity based on race that we experience today. Can we undo this damage?
  • Monday, May 11: Looking in the Mirror: Hallmarks of White Culture. We’ll consider the ways white culture not only exists, but pervades our society and how it makes cross-cultural communication and interaction challenging