• By Don Dwiggins
  • Posted Monday, February 2, 2009

Panel Discussion on Race Relations

On Friday, February 6th at noon, the Forsyth County Public Library will kick-off Black History Month with a special panel discussion on the state of race relations locally and throughout the country. Several well-known community leaders, including radio personality Mutter Evans from WAAA, former Winston-Salem Alderwoman Virginia Newell, and local history researcher Mel White, are among those scheduled to participate.

This year’s theme “The Color Line Revisited,” provides a retrospective look at race relations from the 1950’s up to present day. Bring a brown bag lunch and take part in what will be a very enlightening and stimulating discussion. This event will take place in the Central Library Auditorium. For more information, e-mail andrewrj@forsythlibrary.org.

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