We are working to reschedule the Racial Wealth Gap Simulation Training!
This training has been postponed and will be held at a later date. Registered participants have been notified and anyone interested in the program is encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org so we can contact you directly with the new date.
The Merrymeeting Food Council and Curtis Memorial Library invite you to an interactive activity that explores connections among racial equity, hunger, poverty, and wealth.
This event, designed by Bread for the World, helps attendees understand why racial equity is important to ending hunger and poverty in the US.
The training will be led by Jim Hanna from the Cumberland County Food Security Council.
A light meal will be served. Limited to 30 participants.
Participation is FREE but registration is required. Call, drop by, or email the 2nd Floor Reference Desk at Curtis Memorial Library to register (23 Pleasant St., Brunswick): 207-725-5242 #2, or email@example.com.
Longer description from Bread for the World: https://www.bread.org/library/racial-wealth-gap-learning-simulation.