The City of Fargo and YWCA Cass Clay have extended their mini-exhibition, “RACE: Are We So Different,” into October and are offering additional engagement events.
Located on the first floor of City Hall, the mini-exhibition is open to the public and will be available until Monday, October 31.
Two additional community conversation engagement events will be hosted at Sky Commons (207 4th St. N.) on Wednesday, October 12 and Thursday, October 27. Each session is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
The City of Fargo and YWCA Cass Clay are co-hosting a mini-exhibition, “RACE: Are We So Different” and upcoming engagement events
The mini-exhibition is open to the public and located on the first floor of Fargo City Hall (225 4th St. N.). The public is invited to visit the exhibit now through September and join in a community conversation about race.
In addition to the mini-exhibition, several community conversation engagement events will be hosted at the Fargo Public Library (101 4th St. N.) on Friday, July 29, Thursday, August 18 and on Thursday, September 29. Each session is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Members of YWCA’s Racial Justice Committee, who have been trained to use the Indigenous tradition of circle dialogue, will facilitate discussions to generate greater awareness and mutual understanding. For more information, visit ywcacassclay.eventbrite.com.