Community Action Partnership Hosts Conversations On Race Series
Written by Adia White
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The Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County has begun hosting weekly conversations on race. The series supports the partnership’s mission to fight racism in Sonoma County. In the most recent conversation, Vince Harper, director of community engagement, interviews Rubin Scott, President of the local chapter of the NAACP. In this excerpt,Scott starts by talking about how the Black community in Sonoma County responded to the murder of George Floyd and the nationwide movement that followed.
The next conversation in the series will take place Monday, June 29th. Marycruz Rios and Ana Sanchez of the Youth Civic Engagement Project (YCEP) and Vince Harper will interview Santa Rosa Police Chief, Ray Navarro.
(Image: Vince Harper, Director of Community Engagement at The Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County.)
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