Living Library Event #2 – Tuesday February 23rd 2021
Living Library Event #2: Justice 4 Black Lives Niagara – A Conversation With Sherri Darlene
Join us remotely for a conversation with Sherri Darlene, Niagara region anti-racism activist and organizer. Her discussion will draw from her own experiences and themes discussed in the books Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race & White Fragility.
Sherri will lead us through questions about systematic racism, anti-racisim, and how to be an ally.
In partnership with Niagara College’s Indigenous Education department, we hope you join the Niagara College Library for this community event. All are welcome.
February 23, 2021, 1:30pm to 3:00pm.
J4BL Book Club – February 4, 2021
Join J4BL founder Sherri Darlene to read and discuss her powerful book selections. As Niagara’s grassroots organization Justice4BlackLives continues to grow and impact the region with their hands on approach to combating systematic racism. Join Sherri Darlene in the fight for change through education and much needed discussion. Her book selections are deliberate and purposeful and will spark your thirst for a truthful knowledge.
February book selection:
Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race
by Reni Eddo-Lodge
“THIS WAS A BOOK THAT WAS BEGGING TO BE WRITTEN. ESSENTIAL.” (Marlon James)
Participation is limited to 10 individuals and pre-registration is required. Email Christine at email@example.com by January 28th to register. Online Event
February 4, 2021 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Niagara Leadership Summit for Women Update
Only when diverse perspectives are included, respected, and valued can we start to get a full picture of the world.
Niagara is an increasingly diverse community worth celebrating. Join us for a discussion about how to create an inclusive community that empowers women of all backgrounds in leadership positions and celebrates what makes us stronger together.
11 more days till #NLSW2020! Get your tickets today at www.niagaralsw.ca!
Michelle Grocholsky, Sherri Darlene, Safa Khan