Suspicion Nation: Race & Diversity Issues in St. Louis – October 15
Missouri History Museum’s Lee Auditorium, 6:00-8:30 p.m.
http://meetmestlouis.org/ or http://mohistory.org/node/10026
Synopsis: A revealing conversation, featuring NY Times best-selling author and NBC legal analyst Lisa Bloom (Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It) and St. Louis community leaders; including a look at the Martin case, its ramifications and racial issues in our community.
Dessert Reception Following 8:30-9:30pm; $60 per person / $80/couple; includes Reserved seating at presentation; one autographed copy of Lisa Bloom’s book SUSPICION NATION; and dessert/coffee reception Sponsored by: Anti-Defamation League, Diversity Awareness Partnership, and National Conference for Community Justice In partnership with Urban League Metro St. Louis; CRC; The Ethics Project; YWCA Metro St. Louis; 100 Black Men Metro St. Louis; Cultural Leadership; Arch City Defenders