How the House Was Built (with Fairfield Yabantu): Speaker Series
March 3 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
How the House was Built: Speaker Series
How does the history of medical racism contribute to the present distrust of the healthcare system within communities of color?
Speaker announcement forthcoming.
Today’s house of activism was built by our ancestors, specifically our Black liberation leaders, who laid a foundation and shape today’s leaders. We are guided by those people. This speaker series is an effort to reaffirm that foundation and put us into motion for change to take place within our community. We seek to usher in a climate in which, collectively, we work towards an honest examination of institutions, history, and norms. The overall structure and goal of this program is to present historical context alongside a contemporary lived experience to offer an analysis that is not merely theoretical but personal.
This virtual discussion takes place on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 897 4058 0861
Fairfield Yabantu’s educational mission is to equip people with knowledge that moves towards taking effective action. This series will be in collaboration with the Fairfield Museum and History Center, The Pequot Library, and The Unquowa School’s IDEA Committee. As a collaborative group, we recognize that diverse voices lead to dynamic programs.