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Lunch Time Conversations about Race and Racism: Issues that Matter in Boston and Beyond


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Formerly called the Brown Bag Discussion Series, CCI Antiracism Lunch Discussions provide 10-12 programs annually on current social justice issues viewed through the lens of systemic racism. Each noon session is brief and includes a presentation by a speaker or a viewing of a film followed by opportunities for questions, discussion, networking and sharing about ways to take action. The series brings together creative combinations of interests and concerns leading to new collaborations and action groups.

Renee Landers presenting at the December Antiracism Lunch Discussion on Healthcare Reform and Disparities.

 

UPCOMING DISCUSSIONS

We hope you will be able to join us at 14 Beacon Street from 12:00 to 1:30 PM for one or more of the Antiracism Lunch Discussions.

 

PAST DISCUSSIONS THIS YEAR

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