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Michigan's Root Beer Summits - Conversations on Race and Diversity

The Michigan Department of Civil Rights is pleased to announce a series of Root Beer Summits. These events will take place on November 17 at various locations throughout Michigan
These sessions, led by trained facilitators, will walk local residents through a series of thought-provoking questions and discussions. “Our goal is to increase our understanding of each other. Michigan has a diverse population, made up of people from many states and countries. We want to collectively appreciate our differences, while also improving our dialogue and interactions as we move forward,” said Kelvin W. Scott, Director, Michigan Department of Civil Rights.
 
Please  VIEW FLYER HERE  for additional information
 
 
 
 
 
Jacki Miller
Public Information Officer
Michigan Department of Civil Rights
110 West Michigan Avenue
Capital Tower Building, Suite 900
Lansing 48913
phone 313.456.4694, 517.241.4926,

  



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