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Civil Rights Panel Discussion will be Held at the Newton Free Library

The discussion, called "Civil Rights: How Far We Have Come, How Far We Have to Go," is part of Black History Month.

Mayor Setti Warren will be one of those on the panel at the Newton Free Library.
Mayor Setti Warren will be one of those on the panel at the Newton Free Library.
The Newton Free Library will host "Civil Rights: How Far We Have Come, How Far We Have to Go," a discussion on the struggle for equal rights as part of Black History Month.

On Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m., local civl rights leaders will be on a panel, moderated by Beau Stubblefield-Tave, Principal of the Center for Culturally Fluent Leadership. Panel members will include:

  • Newton Mayor Setti Warren
  • Pastor Brandon T. Crowley, Senior Pastor of Myrtle Baptist Church
  • Minister Inez Dover, former Newton North English and drama teacher 
  • Reverend Erin Splaine, Senior Minister of First Unitarian Society in Newton
The event is cosponsored by the Newton Human Rights Commission.

For more information please call the Newton Free Library at 617-796-1360. All programs are free and open to the public, parking is free. The Newton Free Library is an accessible facility.

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