Gail Harrison to talk about racism at next Counterpart meeting
Grand Haven Tribune
Gail Harrison, the first full-time director of the Northwest Ethnic Diversity Alliance, will discuss the group's goals of addressing racism in this area, and their attempts to make it more welcoming to all people during the next Counterpart meeting set for noon Wednesday at the Grand Harbor Resort.
Guests are welcome to attend the meeting. Phone reservations should be made to Barb Pfister, 847-2725, by noon, Monday. The cost of the luncheon is $8 and may be paid at the door. Regular members should call to cancel if they are unable to attend.