The questions we keep asking. Discussing race during times of division.

Saturday, January 27, 2024
4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
Barnes & Noble
The questions we keep asking. Discussing race during times of division.

Join us for an illuminating and thought-provoking discussion inspired by the book, Welcome to the Sick Mind of a Sane Person: Deconstructing Racism and White Supremacy. This captivating talk, titled "The Question We Keep Asking. Discussing Race During Times Of Division," invites participants to explore with the author, Terry Lee Watson, the deeply rooted consequences of avoiding racial conversations, shedding light on the path towards both harm and healing during divisive times.

"The Question We Keep Asking About Racism" is more than just a talk; it's an opportunity to engage deeply with the profound themes and narratives presented in Welcome to the Sick Mind of a Sane Person. This event invites individuals to reflect on the impact of racism, challenge their own perspectives, and join the ongoing dialogue about creating a more inclusive, just, and compassionate society.

Don't miss this insightful conversation that promises to empower, educate, and inspire change.

About the author

Terry Lee Watson is a professional speaker, author, and trainer specializing in disability equity in education, racial justice, and law enforcement. Mr. Watson has more than 15 years of working in higher education and more than twenty-five years of providing workshops on the topics of bias and discrimination, addressing generational trauma, and confronting racism. Mr. Watson is the founder of Strategies for Justice, BWMP LLC, a platform for people of color in law enforcement to engage their communities and build trust through their narratives.

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