Author Event: When Getting Along Is Not Enough, Reconstructing Race in Our Lives and Relationships with Dr. Maureen Walker
Start: Sunday, March 07, 2021• 3:00 PM • Eastern Standard Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
End: Sunday, March 07, 2021• 5:00 PM • Eastern Standard Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
This is a virtual event
Attend our author event for our Community Book Read: When Getting Along Is Not Enough, Reconstructing Race in Our Lives and Relationships by Dr. Maureen Walker. Race is a powerful, societal qualifier and by reading this book you will discover how Dr. Walker provides ways by which to enter into discussions about race and race relations.
Everyone is welcome—even is you haven't read the book. Dr. Walker will speak to her vast experience, reflection, and research on race relations and invite you into conversation. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from Dr. Walker and to reflect on ways for transforming fear into courage and for building relationships and connections to others.
Are you uncomfortable talking about race? You are not alone. Dr. Maureen Walker, a licensed psychologist, educator and writer understands the complexity of race relations and inspires her audience to bridge the cultural differences of race, religion, gender and other social status markers.
As a former Wellesley resident Dr. Walker understands the challenge of addressing race in predominantly white community. Dr. Walker, a highly trained facilitator, provides a safe and engaging environment for her audience to enter into conversation about race and race relations.
For more information on Dr. Walker, go to: https://maureenwalker.com/speaker-and-educator/
Support Local Independent bookstores: Wellesley Books has this title in stock. For curb-side pick-up or to have the book shipped directly to your home, visit https://www.wellesleybooks.com or call 781-431-1160. Hours for in-store shopping: Monday–Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM, Sunday 11 AM to 5 PM.