From their website:

This year the Black & White Reunion will again be holding its Summit Against Racism in its usual location at East Liberty Presbyterian Church on January 21, 2012, the Saturday following the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. This section will hold all the available information about the 14th Annual Summit Against Racism — check back frequently to find out all the particulars on this year’s event.
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One of the things I’ve been learning that racism isn’t only the very overt actions and words that some may identify as racist, but also many small and more nuanced things. Experiences like this summit can help anyone find ways to act showing more respect and inclusivity.


  1. kill “RACISM”.

    • Aside from the violent implication in the the word “kill,” I get it.  Unfortunately, I think that the ability “to kill” or “express power over” shares the same root as racism itself. I’d suggest that we confront racism with a resolve to treat everyone fairly and a deep willingness to own up to any way in which we ourselves fall prey to those influences that “other” others.

      • Recently there has been a crime in my Country,due to racist conflicts.personally i think that everybody in this world has his own identity,his own thinking …etc WHY DO    SOME PEOPLE CANNOT MIND THEIR OWN BUSINESS?its just that they  like to invite troubles.Racism would not exist if “SOME IDIOTS”WOULD HAVE NOT CREATE IT!

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