Many important community events will be held this Thursday, Jan. 26. Here are 3 which we think are important:
6:00 PM: Salem Solidarity Network January Meeting---1730 Commercial St SE, Salem, OR
6:30 PM: Townhall Conversation organized by the Salem-Keizer NAACP and the Salem Coalition of Churches at Pauline Memorial AME Zion Church (3593 Sunnyview Rd. Salem)---A community Conversation with City of Salem public officials and law enforcement officers. Topics include Policy, City mananagement, policing and people of color, the economic outlook in NE Salem, mass transit, the Salem/Keizer School District and dialog on issues that are dividing our community.
7:00 PM: POWER, PRIVILEGE & RACIAL DIVERSITY IN OREGON, an Oregon Humanities conversation led by Emily Drew, at Salem Public Library, 585 Liberty St., SE. More info from Valorie Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org, 503.561.5279
This isn't a complete list. There is something positive for everyone to do on Thursday!