World Trust

Join Us June 27th for "A 21st Century Conversation about Race"

Posted by Lisa Abbott on May 19, 2010

Help us complete our current project! On Sunday, June 27th, World Trust will hold the benefit event Cracking the Codes: A 21st Century Conversation about Race in Oakland, CA.  Using preview clips of the World Trust's latest film in production as a catalyst, Shakti Butler, PhD will facilitate a conversation about the internal and external components of racism.  Confused or frustrated by racial divide? Come find out how Oakland nonprofit World Trust is working to re-frame the national conversation  -- and participate in it yourself.  It will be an afternoon of dialogue, community building, and insight for positive change.  Register now or buy a ticket at the door.

Cracking the Codes: A 21st Century Conversation about Race
Sunday, June 27th
3:00-5:00 pm
Fontaine Auditorium
Samuel Merritt University
400 Hawthorne Avenue
Oakland, California  94609
Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 at the door
Parking: Garage at 3089 Summit, or free street parking.

Topics: K-12, Healthcare, Higher Ed, Film: Cracking the Codes, Diversity Workshops