Is It Easier to Talk About Race — or about Class?
Is It Easier to Talk about Race or to Talk about Class?
Are there situations where one is easier than the other? Is it ever easy to talk about either one?
Are there situations when we choose to talk about one as a way to avoid talking about the other?
In the Continuing Conversations on Race for Monday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m., in the Princeton Room at the Princeton Public Library, everyone is invited to address these and similar questions through their own experience as well as what has been the case for the general public in the U.S. over time – say the 20th and 21st centuries.
Continuing Conversations on Race are a friendly, safe, confidential opportunity to share ideas and voice concerns. They are planned and facilitated by Not in Our Town Princeton and held on the first Monday of the month from October through June in partnership with the Princeton Public Library.
The evening will be facilitated by Chrystal Schivell and Ann Yasuhara.