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Racial justice, Social justice



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In recognition of Martin Luther King Day, a free online public webinar, “Being Black in Maine: Lived Experience and the Prospect for Change,” will be livestreamed on YouTube on Jan. 18 from 5 to 6:15 p.m. The webinar, co-sponsored by the Greater Bangor Area Branch NAACP and the University of Maine Alumni Association, will include a sustained panel discussion, relevant short presentations and a special announcement of a new civil rights speaker series.


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Being Black in Maine' webinar offered by Greater Bangor Area Brance NAACP, UMaine Alumni Association for Martin Luther King Day



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