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Using Your Voice for Racial Justice: Ruby Bridges-Hall

As part of our 75th anniversary celebration, join United Way of Lane County for a conversation with Ruby Bridges-Hall about using your voice for racial justice.

At only six years old, Ruby Bridges became an icon in the civil rights movement when she stepped foot into William Frantz Elementary School – single-handedly initiating the desegregation of New Orleans’s public schools in 1960. 60 years later, in Lane County, Oregon and across the nation, we are still fighting for racial justice, with much still to do.

Join us to discuss how you can advance equity and inclusion in Lane County - by investing in and helping shape United Way's new Racial Justice Fund.

Date & Time

October 28, 2021

10:30AM - 11:30AM

Add to Calendar 10/28/202110:30 AM 10/28/202111:30 AM America/Los_Angeles Using Your Voice for Racial Justice: Ruby Bridges-Hall At only six years old, Ruby Bridges became an icon in the civil rights movement when she stepped foot into William Frantz Elementary School – single-handedly... More info at www.oregonfamily.com/events/216689/using-your-voice-for-racial-justice-ruby-bridges-hall axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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