Tea and Truth Dialogue Series: Social Media and Community

Is social media keeping our world connected or revealing our disconnections? Join The 821 Project on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM, at the BREC Jefferson Highway Park as we explore "Social Media and Community." Share your thoughts on how social media helps us build multicultural communities, spark conversation on social issues and expose how connected, and disconnected, we may be.

Exchange and Exclusion: The Complexities of Globalization

In a globalizing world, not everyone is successful in keeping up with increasing inequality and disproportionate power dynamics between nations. Is there truly a difference with how the most marginalized in Hong Kong deal with globalization compared to the most marginalized people in our own communities, locally and nationally? Join our discussion on the themes and topics raised in the book "Ghetto At The Center Of The World" by Gordon Matthews. Our discussion will be held at the Goodwood Main Library on October 15, 2017 from 2:30 to 4:00 PM.

A Helping Hand In A Time Of Need

UPDATED: This list has been updated to include Hurricanes Katia, Irma and Maria, the earthquakes in Mexico, and the tragic shooting massacre in Las Vegas. These past six weeks have been tragic as it relates to natural and human disasters. Hurricanes and earthquakes have decimated the Western Hemisphere, wiping out communities or leaving the most marginalized extremely vulnerable and despondent. In Las Vegas, a mass shooting has left dozens dead and hundreds injured. Want to know what you can do and where you can go to help? Look at our list below. If you know of any other opportunities or organizations, please contact us and let us know. Las Vegas Shooting Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Co

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