St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will host a community dialogue Tuesday night on race in Charlotte.
A panel of clergy and community leaders will examine issues such as racial justice, equity, schools, housing, policing and economic mobility through the lens of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ award-winning book on race, “Between the World and Me.”
On the panel: former Charlotte mayor Harvey Gantt; former Observer editor Fannie Flono; the Rev. Ollie Rencher, rector at St. Peter’s; the Rev. Paul Hanneman, former program director at Charlotte’s Urban Ministry Center; consultant Rosalyn Allison Jacobs, formerly of the United Way of Central Carolinas; Oliver Merino of the Levine Museum of the New South; and Amy Hawn Nelson, director of social research for UNC Charlotte’s Urban Institute.
The 7 p.m. event will be at the church, 115 W. 7th St. Free parking is available in the TransAmerica Building Garage, 401 N. Tryon St. Bring ticket to the church for validation.
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