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Tendaji Talks

Neighborhoods Without Borders Presents

Tendaji Ganges

“Leave a mark, not a stain.” Tendaji W. Ganges

The Tendaji Talks, sponsored by Flint’s Neighborhoods Without Borders (NWOB), to commemorate the life and contributions of Tendaji W. Ganges, who died in 2015, continues into its second year of discussions on systemic racism in Flint August 8.

These discussions are designed to help Flint and area residents learn about our diverse neighbors, local issues caused by racism, and the impact of racism on our neighbors.

All conversations take place on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm at the Flint Public Library, 1026 E. Kearsley Street, Flint.

Upcoming Talks:

 

Watch the Talks that you missed here.

Date Location Speaker Topic
August 14, 2018 Flint Public Library Augustin Arbulu, Director Michigan Department of Civil Rights DISENFRANCHISEMENT, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS
August 21, 2018 The New McCree Theater Augustin Arbulu, Director Michigan Department of Civil Rights DISENFRANCHISEMENT, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS
September 18, 2018 The New McCree Theater Dr. Vicky Johnson-Lawrence TRAUMA, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS
September 25, 2018 Flint Public Library Shona Siddiqui, Aurora Sauceda, Attorney Victoria Arteage IMMIGRATION, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS
October 9, 2018 The New McCree Theater Linda Hoff, President of the LWVF LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS ON THE ISSUES, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS
October 16, 2018 Flint Public Library Linda Hoff, President of the LWVF LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS ON THE ISSUES, RACISM AND THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS

SPONSORS

C.S. Mott Foundation
Charlie Nelms
Flint Public Library