Saturday, February 27, 2021 10 am - 12 pm Virtual, registration required
Keynote speaker William A. Johnson will reflect on his experiences confronting racism and supporting the LGBTQ+ community as head of the Urban League, mayor of Rochester, and co-chair of the Commission on Racial and Structural Equity (RASE) and shares the lessons he's learned along the way. Afterward panelists will share their own experiences of inequality and discuss efforts - personal and community-driven - to overcome the challenges.
This event is Virtual: registration is required. Co-sponsored by the Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County, the Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library, and the Out Alliance.