Racial Wealth Gap Learning Simulation

How does racism function at a policy level to create wealth gaps where poverty, hunger and homelessness can thrive? Discover empowering options to contribute to the kind of community where people can feed and house themselves rather than being dependent on others.

Facilitators: Florence French, Florida Organizer, Bread for the World
Nancy O'Byrne, Diocesan Catholic Charities Advocacy Chairwoman

Click here to register.

There is no cost to participate and the registration deadline is February 21. The simulation will take place at Grace United Methodist Church on Tuesday, February 25 at 12:00 - 1:15 p.m.  Park in the lot across the street from the church, 8 Carrera Street. Parking is free for this event.

Learn more at bread.org/library/racial-wealth-gap-learning-simulation  

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