Let’s Talk Race and Justice: Richland Library celebrates Racial Justice Week

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Richland Library celebrates Racial Justice Week January 17-22 with a highlight of its community initiative, Let’s Talk Race. “Let’s Talk Race and Justice” will boast a week of dedicated conversation addressing systemic racism across the country.

Richland Library customers can anticipate virtual author events, storytimes, recommended readings, and engaging discussions from the past year that encourage honest dialogue on injustices, anti-racism, and diversity. The week-long celebration begins with Virtual Let’s Talk Race Community Conversation in partnership with the Columbia Museum of Arts’ exhibition 30 Americans.

Richland Library aims to help residents continue talking, listening, and learning more about themselves and others. Working actively to dismantle systems of racism, inequality, and oppression in all their forms, as a library system, it is unwavering in its dedication to fostering a community where everyone feels welcomed, valued, and represented.

Customers seeking personalized recommendations surrounding race and justice can visit us online or call, 803-799-9084.

Let’s Talk Race is made possible, thanks to funding from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation.

For questions, please contact Anika Thomas at 803-530-4621 or email athomas@richlandlibrary.com.

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