Race & Faith

Join us in a community exploration of Racism history, issues and solutions presented by the Interfaith Council of Yorktown and Race Amity of Northern Westchester & Putnam.
Over 3 dates in September, October, & November, we will view a different short video presentation with a discussion to follow at a different house of worship in Yorktown.
This free series is suitable for high schoolers and older. Refreshments will be served. ALL are welcome!

Contact Information
  1. Yorktown Interfaith Council and Race Amity of NW/Putnam
  2. 914 962-7500
  3. office@templebetham-ny.org
Thu, September 19
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Join us in a community exploration of Racism history, issues and solutions presented by the Interfaith Council of Yorktown and Race Amity of Northern Westchester & Putnam.
Over 3 dates in September, October, & November, we will view a different short video presentation with a discussion to follow at a different house of worship in Yorktown.
This free series is suitable for high ...

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Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

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