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Facing Racism

The First United Baptist Church in Gloucester held a workshop titled “Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation” last weekend, which was sponsored by the Gloucester NAACP Religious Affairs Committee/CARE. The seminar was facilitated by Pastor Doug Nagel, Dr. Marquita Carmichael, Pastor James Harris, Lourdes Travieso-Parker and the Rev. E. Randolph Graham. During the third session, “Our Unequal Nation,” led by Timothy D. Goler, Ph.D., MUPDD NSU, attendees of the workshop participated in a privilege walk to show advantages and disadvantages of different ethnicities.

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