On the heels of “Putting Into Words What I Live” and “Intersectionality with Intentionality” workshops focused on microaggressions, code-switching, and navigating multiple intersecting identities, LOCUS invites you to a casual summertime “Keeping Current” Happy Hour II! Taking a few pages (and no more than that!) from the book club model, our prompts for light conversation include a recommended reading list of articles and videos covering recent and current events related to equity and inclusion.
Join us on the patio (or indoors in the case of inclement weather) at Afro Deli Coffee Minneapolis on Monday, June 22, from 6:00pm – 7:30pm to enjoy drinks and appetizers, discuss the Recommended Reading List and other related questions, and to connect with great local leaders of color!
Keeping Current II Happy Hour Reading List:
- Millennials Are More Racist Than They Think | Sean McElwee
- Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade? | Lisa Miller
- ‘Our Demand Is Simple: Stop Killing Us’ | Jay Caspian Kang
- He shows how the news talks about black people by talking about white people instead.| Franchesca Ramsey