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  1. One Orange Countywide Racial Equity Plan: A Framework for Moving Forward

    September 22, 2021, 7:15 PM

    The One Orange Countywide Racial Equity Plan: A Framework for Moving Forward is being developed with a commitment that we will uncover and address implicit biases in our institutions to ensure that race no longer can be used to predict life outcomes in our community. We invite the community to share their opinions via Zoom about the plan. We would like to know: • What three results would you like to see as a result of this plan? • What sections of this plan will help us achieve those results? • Who should be involved in future community engagement? • Who is negatively affected by using this framework/plan? • What do you see as the most critical racially equitable outcomes? View the plan here: www.orangecountync.gov/RacialEquityPlan We want to hear from you!

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  2. Ahead of her times and behind the scenes: The Inspirational Life of Pauli Murray

    September 23, 2021, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    A poet, writer, labor organizer, legal theorist, and the first African-American woman vested as an Episcopal priest. A life-long activist, who 15 years before Rosa Parks, refused to sit in the back of a bus – and who 20 years before the Greensboro Sit-Ins, organized sit-downs in Washington DC. She earned four advanced degrees and developed friendships with greats from WEB DuBois and Langston Hughes to Thurgood Marshall and Eleanor Roosevelt. She spent her life working to actualize her “single-minded intention of destroying Jim Crow,” and what she coined “Jane Crow.” And yet today, the inspirational life and empowering work of Pauli Murray remains largely unknown to many of our state’s K-12 students.

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