... at Wesley's College Center

A community forum to investigate barriers to equality, justice and opportunity in central Dover and how to overcome them through fair housing, criminal justice reform, economic and educational parity, and access to the political process will be held from 9:45 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, in Dover.

It will be at the Wesley College’s College Center at 120 N. State St.

The program will begin with all participants focusing on the question, “What is it that divides us?” Participants then will choose one of five break-out sessions organized around themes of housing, economics, education, criminal justice, and political action to answer the question, “What can we do to bridge the divides?”

The Café is a joint project of Restoring Central Dover, the Delaware State Human Relations Commission, Wesley College, and Delaware State University. It is an outgrowth of “Cracking the Codes” – a program sponsored last year by the same organizations to explore institutional racism and white privilege.

The Café is free and open to the public.  Participants are asked to register in advance to select the break-out session of their choice and allow a head count for lunch.

Register online via https://racialequitycommunitycafe.eventbrite.com

For more information, contact Chanda Jackson, Restoring Central Dover Community Engagement Specialist, at cjackson@ncall.org