The Ypsilanti District Library will host a virtual anti-racism town hall for families this Saturday.
Through a zoom meeting, local caregivers and educators will provide families with resources, such as books, they can use to navigate conversations about anti-racism at home. Jodi Krahnke is the head of youth services at the Ypsilanti District Library.
Jodi Krahnke: We hope it gives people tools to think more critically. To evaluate what they’re seeing on TV or in the media, what they’re reading in a book.
The zoom meeting will take place from 2 pm – 3:30 pm. For details on how to participate in the meeting, visit the Ypsilanti District Library’s website.
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