Coffee in Common: Realism and Racial Constructs
Join us for another great Coffee in Common session about Fighting Voter Suppression. Coffee in Common is a monthly series hosted by the St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum, and the League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area. Our goal is to bring white women and women of color together in a safe, honest space to discuss race and politics. Register today!
These free and public events are for thoughtful, open-minded white women and women of color concerning the prescient issues of the day, to include: white privilege, racism, and white supremacy. This series seeks to explore the intersection of politics and race by educating audiences about history, lived experience, and facilitating important, and often uncomfortable, discussion about race.
Following the presentation, facilitators will guide discussion on the topic, its relevance in today’s world, and honest conversations about the deeply-rooted effects of institutional and systemic racism in our community. It is through open-minded, free, and safe discussions among women and the community that we can forge forward together in the struggle with knowledge and power.