What could it look like if everyone, everywhere, had their needs met? What would a community look like that was committed to ensuring everyone’s fundamental rights were protected? Where could we leverage our community alliances to provide access to just outcomes and an equitable distribution of resources? What stands in our way of having equitable outcome for all? Join us for a creative conversation about our past, our present, and what is possible for our future. Facilitated by Elaine Kessler, Adjunct Faculty at Park University and longtime Gilbert business owner, attendees will hear and participate in a dialogue on justice, race, and equality.
Registration is required and attendance is limited.
Class sizes will be limited in order to ensure adequate physical distancing. Facial Coverings must be worn at all times. Tables/stations will be spaced at least 6 feet apart. A hand sanitizing station will be located in the room.