Three ethnicities. Three perspectives. One cause.

Three ethnicities. Three perspectives. One cause. Sara Barshap, Vanessa Handy, and Matthew Skolar are each high school students who expressed their diverse experiences with race in the community in the wake of a defamatory incident at their school last October. Through their lives, each has grown and changed from their “labels”, defining titles placed upon them whether that be self-inflicted or by society.

Now on the day of the Martin Luther King Day of Service, the trio will unite with Social Justice Matters and Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Black Student Union to host “Break the Labels: Lifting Up Student Voices,” a safe discussion focusing on implicit bias and the stereotypes that we as people, are impacted by every day.

Join them and other members of the community on Monday, Jan. 21, 1:00 pm, at the All Saints Episcopal Church in Scotch Plains for the discussion. Register for the "Break the Labels" presentation here. All are welcome to join the discussion. 

Contact Information
  1. Rabbi Joel N. Abraham
  2. (908) 889-4900
Mon, January 21
1:00 pm — 2:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/21/2019 1:00pm 01/21/2019 2:30pm America/New_York Three ethnicities. Three perspectives. One cause.

Three ethnicities. Three perspectives. One cause. Sara Barshap, Vanessa Handy, and Matthew Skolar are each high school students who expressed their diverse experiences with race in the community in the wake of a defamatory incident at their school last October. Through their lives, each has grown and changed from their “labels”, defining titles placed upon them whether that be ...

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