Film Screening & Discussion:
You Can Help Stop Violence against Young Black Men
Join us on in the Woodbury Room for the next film in this ongoing film and discussion series that may educate, touch your heart, and inspire you to action to help dismantle racism. A facilitated discussion will be held after the screening.
You Can Help Stop Violence against Young Black Men is a TEDx talk by diversity advocate Verna Myers that looks closely at some of the subconscious attitudes we hold toward out-groups. She encourages everyone to acknowledge the bias and then move towards, not away from, the groups that make you uncomfortable, suggesting new ideas about how to help rid our minds of harmful, unwanted stereotypes.
The film will be followed by a brief discussion and an opportunity to begin to develop some local anti-racism action projects.
Free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Janet Ryan at 413/259-3223.
This film series is co-sponsored by the Jones Library and Coming Together. More information about Coming Together can be found at http://www.coming-together.