An important community conversation: ‘Race Between Us’ Dec. 14 at Nashua Library

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Brenda Lett, left, and Laurielee Roy, right, co-authors of "Race Between Us."
Brenda Lett, left, and Laurielee Roy, right, co-authors of “Race Between Us.”

MANCHESTER, NH — Join in a discussion about race, racism, family, privilege, motherhood and life in America on Monday, December 14, 2015 at the Nashua Public Library, 2 Court St.

The event is free and open to the public. Discussion led by Brenda Lett and Laurielee Roy, co-authors of the book “Race Between Us: Racism A Human Experience.”

Lett has a master’s degree in Community Mental Health & Community Economic Development, and a bachelor’s in psychology. Roy earned her master’s degree in elementary education and special education,  and a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Both Lett and Roy are members of the Manchester NAACP and are social justice advocates.

For more information call 603-716-1432.

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