TRHT Live Streaming Listening Tour

This session will have current and former students of SPFHS present their racial concerns about various aspects of the SPF school system. In a listening mode will be the THRT members. 

The public is invited to listen to our youth by watching the livestream of the meeting on the Scotch Plains Facebook page, FIOS Channel 22 and COMCAST channel 34. The livestream will also be on the Fanwood Facebook page.

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  1. jmooney@tapinto.net
Wed, June 17
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/17/2020 12:00pm 06/17/2020 1:00pm America/New_York TRHT Live Streaming Listening Tour

This session will have current and former students of SPFHS present their racial concerns about various aspects of the SPF school system. In a listening mode will be the THRT members.

The public is invited to listen to our youth by watching the livestream of the meeting on the Scotch Plains Facebook page, FIOS Channel 22 and COMCAST channel 34. The livestream will also be on the Fanwood ...

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