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1619 Project Docuseries Revisited

1619 Project Docuseries Revisited In-Person

The 1619 Project, a book by Nikole Hannah-Jones that explores the role of slavery in the US and its legacy, has been transformed into a Hulu miniseries. Join us monthly for a viewing of an episode followed by a discussion led by a different pair of facilitators each month. Co-Sponsored by Bet Am Shalom Synagogue, Greenburgh Human Rights Advisory Committee, Greenburgh Public Library, Greenburgh/White Plains Chapter NAACP, and Woodlands Community Temple.

Watch the 1619 Project Docuseries Episode 2 - Race and afterwards have a conversation with facilitators Sonica Dixon and Jordan Margolis. 

Sonica Dixon is a practicing immigration and labor and employment law attorney. Ms. Dixon's interests are advocating for equity in the workplace and social justice in our daily lives. Ms. Dixon holds a Bachelors of Arts in African and African American Studies and Anthropology from Herbert Lehman College, CUNY and a Juris Doctorate from Western Michigan University-Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She is licensed to practice law in the state of New Jersey.

Jordan Margolis, LCSW-R received his foundational antiracist community organizing education from the People's Institute for Survival & Beyond and has been a co-convener of the PISAB-affiliated white antiracist affinity space European Dissent Hudson Valley.

Wednesday, November 8, 2023
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Multipurpose Room
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