Tuscaloosa’s Annual Reconciliation Thanksgiving Dinner Friday
In the spirit of fostering understanding, unity, and gratitude, The Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History and Reconciliation Foundation extends a warm invitation to the community for its Annual Reconciliation Thanksgiving Dinner. This year's event promises to be a thought-provoking evening, filled with insightful discussions on the theme of "Racial Diversity and Inclusion."
Scheduled for Friday, November 17, 2023, at 6:30 p.m., the gathering will take place at the First Presbyterian Church's Family Life Center, located at 900 Greensboro Ave., Tuscaloosa, AL 35401. The keynote speaker for the evening will be Dr. Yolanda Page, President of Stillman College, a distinguished individual whose expertise adds a unique perspective to unity in Tuscaloosa.
The heart of the event lies in the panel of esteemed guests, featuring civil rights leaders, community influencers, and local college professors. These individuals bring a wealth of experience and knowledge, offering valuable insights into the ongoing journey toward equality and understanding. Their diverse perspectives promise to ignite meaningful conversations about the importance of embracing and celebrating racial diversity.
What sets this event apart is its commitment to inclusivity. The Annual Reconciliation Thanksgiving Dinner is not just an exclusive gathering; it is a gift to the entire community. The evening is free of charge and open to the public, welcoming all who wish to participate in this enriching experience.
To ensure your seat at this transformative event, RSVP to email@example.com. For further details or any questions, you may have, reach out to Rev. Dr. Thaddeus Steele, the dedicated Committee Chair, at 205-246-1533.
As we approach this Thanksgiving season, let us come together as a community to reflect on our shared history, celebrate our diversity, and forge a path towards a more inclusive and united future. The Annual Reconciliation Thanksgiving Dinner is not just a meal; it is an opportunity to nourish our minds and hearts with the wisdom of those who have dedicated their lives to building bridges of understanding and reconciliation.
2nd Annual CommUNITY Thanksgiving Dinner
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