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AFCC-MN to have Special Community Chat 7/31 – FREE

Our Chapter issued a public statement, which is posted on our website, on June 4 following the death of Mr. George Floyd describing his death as an example of a “devastating failure of society.” We stated, “The result of inaction on the part of our broader culture is not only the senseless loss of lives such as Mr. Floyd, but also the tragic loss of potential from the millions of other lives that are marginalized by these same forces.” The link to the statement is here

On July 31, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. we will hold an additional community chat to discuss how we as a Chapter will implement the statement made June 4, 2020, but it will also be an opportunity to hear from members. We hope you can join us. To encourage as much participation as possible, this chat will be free to all who want to participate.

Jennifer Joseph and James Street will share the Chapter Leadership’s plans to implement this statement. Joe Reid, LMFT, PhD., will be facilitating the chat. The full description of the community chat is on the website where you can register. In order to help participants start from the same framework, we encourage participants to read White Fragility beforehand. Links to independent book stores are on the registration website also.

Register Here

James Street

Referee of District Court

Second Judicial District

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