The Your Neighbor's Hood's Podcast

The Your Neighbor's Hood's Podcast

From the coffee shop to the campaign trail, the campaign trail to the kitchen floor and the kitchen floor to the podcast. Hannah and Jackie dive into uncomfortable culture conversations specifically race.... Show More
October 2, 2019 29 min
Special Episode: We speak with the founders the Unmaking Hampton Roads Series.  
Unmasking Hampton Roads is a three-part learning series designed to help residents of the region take off their masks, be candid with each other about race and racism, and work together to make our communities more equitable and inclusive spaces for everyone.
The series is inspired by the poem “We Wear the Mask” by African American writer and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar.
#UnmaskingHR will take place in Hampton Roads twice this fall:Oct. 10, Oct. 17 and Oct. 19 – Norfolk and Virginia BeachNov. 14, Nov. 21 and Nov. 23 – Portsmouth, Chesapeake and Suffolk
Unmasking Hampton Roads is free to attend, but registration is required. Details on the unmaskinghr.org.
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