Are you disgusted and distressed with Donald Trump putting neo-Nazi hate groups on the same moral footing as the people opposing them? Disgusted with the outright bigotry being manifested in our country?
Many local residents are.
As more fliers promoting the KKK turn up around the Grand Valley, racist supremacists cause violence and death in Charlottesville and hate is increasingly manifested more freely even right here in Mesa County, Black Lives Matter-Grand Junction is opening up its monthly meeting to everyone tonight so citizens can air their thoughts on the recent acts of hatred being displayed in Charlottesville and even in our own town. How can we address the divisions the Trump administration is exacerbating? How can Black Lives Matter-Grand Junction better serve our community? Come participate in the discussion. Grand Junction City Council members and Mesa County Commissioners are welcome to attend hear what is going on in the community and how people feel about it.
When: Tonight, Wednesday August 16, 2017 at 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Where: Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 536 Ouray Ave. Grand Junction