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A Community in Conversation Part 3: Who Has the Power to be Heard?

Tuesday, September 29
Starts at 6:00 PM

McLean County Museum of History
200 N. Main St, Bloomington IL 61701

A Community in Conversation Part 3: Who Has the Power to be Heard?

Join us for the online relaunch of the program series, A Community in Conversation, as we again ask ourselves, “Who Has the Power?” Women’s participation in politics (whether at the polls or in office) is at an all-time high—which begs the question, who has the power to be heard?Inspired by the McLean County Museum of History’s newest exhibit, Challenges, Choices, and Change: A Community in Conflict, the Museum in partnership with Not In Our Town Bloomington-Normal, Heartland Community College, YWCA McLean County, Normal Human Relations Commission, and other local organizations (League of Women Voters of McLean County, NAACP of Bloomington-Normal, and more) will present the third installment of this four-part, dialogue-based program series, A Community in Conversation, on September 29 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.This program will include a brief introduction to relevant local stories featured in the new exhibit, followed by facilitated small group discussion exploring the chosen theme. All ages are encouraged to participate in any or all of the planned discussions.Registration for this free, public program is required. Click here to register: tinyurl.com/y3ygvgdx

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