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Workshop on Racial Dialogue for DMV Teens

A new event for teens interested in promoting racial understanding and social justice

   
The DC Regional Committee of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations is collaborating with social justice groups and student activists to organize a free workshop on racial dialogue for high school students from the DC region. 

The purpose of the workshop will be to celebrate, inspire and motivate high school students who are change agents in their schools and communities.  During this one-day forum, students will gather to share their projects and experiences promoting racial understanding, hear the stories of experienced social justice activists, and develop action plans for their years in high school. 

Through participation in the workshop, high school students, teachers, administrators and civil society supporters will develop a greater understanding of the impact of race relations on high school students while sharing strategies and tactics to promote meaningful racial dialogue in their communities.

Date: Saturday October 28

Time: 10:00am - 3:30pm

Location: Washington Ethical Society, 7750 16th Street NW, Washington, DC

RSVP: This event is free but registration is required.  Register here.

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