This is the first in our series of book and film discussions. Join the conversation with guest speaker, Robert Daye on – “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave”, by Frederick Douglass. This famous memoir and treatise on the abolition of slavery was first published in 1845.
General Membership meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month. Please join us. All members are welcome. This month we will have special guest Candidate speakers: Judge Timika Lane for Judge of the PA Superior Court and Mark Lomax for Bucks County Sheriff.
This seminar explores the harmful impact of racism on children. It provides a list of steps and suggestions for adults to take when discussing these topics with children. This presentation focuses on the initial conversations on race and racism, and resource lists will be provided for guidance.
This seminar takes a deeper dive into implicit bias and how it leads to microaggressions. Action steps are provided with strategies participants can use to move forward with identifying, combatting, and managing their own implicit biases.
Combatting Bias- Creating Allyship in Bucks County
NAACP Bucks County Pres. Karen Downer will join leaders from the Jewish community at a panel discussion. The panel will talk about the connections between racism and anti-Semitism that have been all too evident in recent months. They will focus on how we can work together against hate of all kinds.
This presentation describes what it means to be an ally to people of color and includes a call to action with suggestions to put your allyship into action. *Visit our "Videos" section to view past seminars.
This presentation explores the different experiences people have in our country simply because of the color of their skin. Learn how to identify the privilege that comes with being white and the damage that comes with being a person of color in America. *Visit our "Videos" section for past seminars.