28 Days of
LWIN honors Black History Month with 28 days of thoughtful programming and
ideas that celebrate the culture of Black Americans.
To fight racism, LWIN believes we must do more than simply treat all people fairly; we must actively work for a more just society, recognizing the harm inflicted
by historic and ongoing racial bigotry and institutional discrimination.
YOU ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE.
Scroll through the page to find various ways to participate.
Please note the following changes to the below schedule of events:
February 17 lecture on PBC Racial Terror Lynchings in 1920s is now going to be on ZOOM. LOGIN here.
Meeting ID: 821 2605 9347 Passcode: history
Added to February 27 lecture is a presentation on the history of the banjo by Tony Thomas.
Lake Worth's 28 Days of Anti-Racism Campaign