REGISTER TODAY! Community Dialogues on Addressing Racism
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The Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership works to set priorities and coordinate services for immigrants and refugees, and to create a community where everyone can be welcomed and belong.








TCLIP invites Tri-Cities community members to engage in brave conversations on racism.

We know we still have a lot to learn, but we like to take this journey with open minds and a few laughs.

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 This Thursday, July 9th, 6 – 8pm TCLIP will host the second panel of the Virtual Community Dialogues addressing the question: Why Does Racism Still Exist? Join our speakers, Priscilla Omulo and Dr. Ismael Traoré, for a night of learning and growing together.
On June 24th, TCLIP hosted the first event of the Virtual Community Dialogues on Racism. The panel addressed topics such as colonialism, allyship, privilege and the different manifestations of racism.
The Virtual Community Dialogues Addressing Racism are an inclusive space to foster understanding and education that leads to meaningful change. The forum is open to respectful questions and continuous dialogue.





To register for the July 20th dialogue, visit our website




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