"Let’s Talk About Race in Hopkins" community conversation set for May 17

Led by Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed, superintendent of Hopkins Public Schools, and Hopkins High School students, the "Lets Talk about Race" event is an opportunity to have a structured conversation on race, ethnicity, and culture.
May 08, 2018

Let's Talk About Race Community Conversation

Thursday, May 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Hopkins High School Cafeteria

1001 Highway 7, Hopkins


Led by Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed, superintendent of Hopkins Public Schools, and Hopkins High School students, the "Lets Talk about Race" event is an opportunity to have a structured conversation on race, ethnicity, and culture. In a panel format, Hopkins students will talk about their high school experiences living and learning in a diverse school community. They will also weigh in on a variety of topics that affect them and the entire community including the skills they need to navigate our changing work force, how adults can best support them, and more. 

Join us as we practice a new language that helps us all grow our proficiency around issues of race and equity. CEU's available. 

About the Hopkins Race and Equity Initiative: 
The "Let's Talk About Race" community conversation is sponsored by the Hopkins Race and Equity Initiative, which is a partnership among Hopkins Public Schools, the city of Hopkins, and Gethsemane Lutheran Church. 

For more information, visit www.hopkinsmn.com/police/equity.

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