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Is This the Beginning of the End of American Racism?

Is This the Beginning of the End of American Racism? 1

2020-08-12 13:03:47

Author Ibram X. Kendi is widely considered to be the writer of the moment these days, with his books, especially “How to be an Anti-Racist,” flying off the shelves across the country. In this article for the Atlantic, he delves into the question of whether America will finally cease to deny its racist nature.

Is This the Beginning of the End of American Racism?

Donald Trump has revealed the depths of the country’s prejudice—and has inadvertently forced a reckoning.

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BVSD, SVVSD recognized by Recycle Colorado for zero-waste efforts

BVSD, SVVSD recognized by Recycle Colorado for zero-waste efforts 2

2020-09-17 10:42:01

Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley recently jointly received the Outstanding Outreach award from Recycle Colorado for being among the first school districts in the nation to move toward zero waste. Learn more at https://bit.ly/32ESUIL.

BVSD, SVVSD recognized by Recycle Colorado for zero-waste efforts

Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley awarded for being among the first school districts in the nation to move toward zero waste.

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Longmont Library next week hosting ‘Being an Informed Voter in 2020’

Longmont Library next week hosting 'Being an Informed Voter in 2020' 3

2020-09-17 14:51:58

We the People have an obligation to be informed and educated before we vote, but that can be difficult in the current media climate. This program will help you separate the spin from the facts. It’s free, but registration is required so we can send you the information to join the online program.

Longmont Library next week hosting ‘Being an Informed Voter in 2020’

“Being an Informed Voter in 2020,” an online program offered through the Longmont Public Library, will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 24 via Webex.

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The goal of the Longmont Community Memorial project is to create ways for the co…

The goal of the Longmont Community Memorial project is to create ways for the co... 4

2020-09-17 12:30:03

The goal of the Longmont Community Memorial project is to create ways for the community to join together in socially-distant public space to honor all those who have died during this time, be it to COVID-19 or from any cause. In association with the Longmont Museum's annual Dia de los Muertos event, we will be including a community altar to honor all those who have passed during this time. Submissions will not be returned, so please keep your originals and only submit copies. The deadline for the Longmont Community Memorial altar is September 23rd. Be sure to submit your poetry, pictures, art, and other memorial writings to Brandy Queen at brandy.queen@longmontcolorado.gov or 303-651-8414.
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The submission form PDF is now available to download, print, sign, and return with your remembrance: visit https://www.longmontcolorado.gov/home/showdocument?id=32709 to access the submission form online.

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