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  1. Autumn Concert Series: THE UPTOWN BAND (Last Concert of the Season!)

    October 28, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Jack Alter Fort Lee Community Center

    The Borough of Fort Lee's Autumn Concert Series wraps up the season on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28 with the music of THE UPTOWN BAND, an award-winning group that stirs up an explosive and grooving mix of jazz, pop, rock, funk and R&B, at the Community Center. Spaces on the green will open at 6pm and the music will start at 7pm. Please adhere to social distancing and masks are mandatory. Seating will not be available so please bring your chairs/blankets. Dress accordingly for chilly evenings!

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  2. How to Talk about Race - Having a Meaningful Conversation about Race & Inequality: A Panel Discussion

    October 28, 2020, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Fort Lee Public Library

    Recent events have shown that race is a topic that has been largely ignored by vast groups of people in the US. Many feel that because they are not racist, nor do they feel the impact of racism personally, that the issue of race is not relevant to them. Our country has a deep history of racism and oppression stemming from slavery, and while some progress has been made, systemic racism still exists. Join the FLPL for this panel discussion which will cover the importance of the current discussion of race in America and provide guidance on how each and every conversation on race can be a meaningful step on a path towards change. Moderated by Jackie Lue Raia, President ALEXENCA Consulting, LLC.; panelists: Taryn Abrahams, Dr. Clarence Lusane and Dr. Michael Sharpe Register at this link: http://engagedpatrons.org/EventsExtended.cfm?SiteID=4632&EventID=418052&PK= PART 2: DIVERSITY PANEL OF THE FORT LEE COMMUNITY - 12/1/20 PART 3: IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON RACE RELATIONS - February 20

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