A Panel and Discussion on Racial Justice with
Princeton Prize in Race Relations Honorees
Tiara Sargeant, Shaker Heights Graduate
Jalen Brown, John Hay Graduate
Aaliyah Williams, Shaker Heights Graduate
Elizabeth Metz, Beachwood High School Senior
Karson Baldwin, University School Senior
Mayukha Dyta, Olentangy Liberty High School Graduate
Date & Time: Wednesday, August 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom Meeting (room information sent after registration)
Please join us for a follow up to our Princeton Prize in Race Relations for 2020. The honorees will discuss questions you send in about race relations in light of current events.
In breakout sessions, the honorees will lead a discussion on one of the following articles:
- “Why Minneapolis was the Breaking Point” by Pulitzer-Prize winner author and Shaker Heights graduate, Wesley Lowery.
- “What Awaits Black Children When They Return to School” by Beverly Daniel Tatum, based on how her classic Why are the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria applies to Covid and protests.
You can also RSVP for this event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 216-694-3619.
Please include the following information with your registration request.
- Which article you would like to discuss.
- Any questions for our panelists to address?
There is no charge for this event. If you would like to make a donation to help cover costs and support the club, do so through the PANO Administrtor. Generous support provided by Princeton Association of Northern Ohio.