Silent Protest 1

Sara Schambarger, right, holds the hand of her husband, George Barfield, as the two kneel during a Demonstration for Racial Justice and Equality at Grand Haven’s Central Park earlier this year. Barfield will be a panelist at an upcoming town hall meeting on racism.

Community members are invited to join together to discuss racism during an upcoming virtual town hall meeting.

Scheduled for 6:30-8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28, the first town hall meeting by the (Anti) Racism Task Force will cover the topic “Talking About Racism.”

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