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. facebook.com/LWINDiversity
- 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.
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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
LWIN's 28 Days of Anti-Racism Campaign