Tuesday Town Talk Series
Location: Empire State University, 680 Westfall Road
Time: 6 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
Register through Recreation for these free talks at townofbrighton.org/rec.
October 3 The Originals: “Navigating the Nation as Natives.” Celebrating culture and combating invisibility. The Indigenous view.
With panelists Ronalyn Pollack, Executive Director of the Native American Cultural Center, Co chair of Indigenous Peoples' Day; Trish Corcoran, board member of Friends of Ganondagan, Co chair of Indigenous Peoples' Day; Kathy Castania, Co chair of Indigenous Peoples' Day.
October 10 Shining the Light on the Black Out: A viewing of the film, “Home: Access Denied”, and a conversation on overcoming the impact of the New Deal housing programs and the omission of Blacks.
With panelists Johnita Anthony, Brighton parent & resident, Entrepreneur; Carvin Eison, Director of "Home: Access Denied”; Rodney Young, Coordinator of the African American Leadership Program of the United Way; Jerome Underwood, CEO and President of Action for a Better Community.
October 17 Uncovering Antisemitism: An in-depth discussion on antisemitism from past to present day.
With panelists Justin H., Brighton student; Nina Kallan, Brighton resident; Monica Gebell, Executive Director of the Levine Center to End Hate.
The Tuesday Town Talk Series is co-sponsored by Empire State University.