Racism and Resistance in Rochester Pre-Event Survey
Join us on Wednesday, August 19th at 7:00 p.m. to learn more about Rochester’s local history of racism and resistance from an expert panel. Examine how federal policies like redlining, racially restrictive covenants, and urban renewal segregated Rochester, built wealth for its white citizens and disenfranchised people of color. Explore how local civil rights leaders like Howard Coles, Dr. Walter Cooper, Connie Mitchell, Alice Young and many others fought back. Connect these past policies to the disparity and inequality we see in Rochester today and commit to building anti-racist practices at Allendale Columbia School.
Please RSVP below, submit a question, and answer a short questionnaire that will provide some information on attendees to ensure we have the best program possible.
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