Today’s RTD Public Square: Still segregated
An important civil conversation about what separates our neighborhoods — and what might help bring them together.
Today, at the 56th Times-Dispatch Public Square, we’ll examine how the Richmond region became so segregated — and we’ll explore why it remains largely segregated, despite important advances in society and vast improvements in the law.
Please join us from noon to 1:30 p.m. at 300 E. Franklin St. for an important civil conversation about what separates our neighborhoods — and what might help bring them together. We’ll present some surprising history, we’ll address new approaches and, as always, we’ll listen to your observations and ideas.
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