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28 Days of

What is Anti-Racism?


Anti-racism is more than simply treating all people fairly. It means recognizing historic and ongoing vestiges of racial discrimination and actively work for a more just society. Join your neighbors in working together to build the Beloved Community.

You are invited to participate:


- LIKE and SHARE at www.

- Visit local Lake Worth Black History sites and learn about their significance.

- Donate to a cause such as Lake Worth’s MLK Scholarship Fund.

- Attend a worship service in an historic black church (ether in person or online).


Sample of Public Activities:

  • Tuesday, February 7, City of Lake Worth Beach Proclamation of 28-Days of Anti-Racism, City Hall, 6 pm.

  • Saturday, February 11, Walking Tour of Black Historical Sites, Downtown Lake Worth to Bryant Park.  Meet at Lake Worth Beach Post Office, Lucerne Ave & J Streets, 10 am.

  • Sunday, February 12, visit Grant Chapel AME Church, 1616 Douglas Street, 11 am.

  • Wednesday, February 15, Partners in Racial Justice, online program, What We Don’t Know About Black History – 2023, Zoom ID TBA, 7 pm.

  • Sunday, February 19, Community Potluck and talk on teaching about race by Brian Knowles of PBC School District. St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Lucerne Ave & Palmway, 4 pm.

  • Wednesday, February 23, History of the Osborne “Colored” School, by Prof. Alisha Winn, Lake Worth Public Library, Lucerne Ave & M Street, 7 pm.


The Lake Worth Interfaith Network is a group of individuals and faith-based communities dedicated to promoting acceptance and understanding
among our diverse spiritual traditions through prayer gatherings,
education, and compassionate action. 


For daily inspiration, videos and more, see

LWIN is dedicated to promoting the creativity and joy that comes from a Diverse and Inclusive community.

With that in mind, here are 28 quotes for
28 Days of Anti-Racism

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LWIN's 28 Days of Anti-Racism Campaign

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