“Male socialization has not been for relationships, it has been for control,” says Riane Eisler in a video clip, Domination, Gender and Fear.

Roberto Schiraldi, Don Stryker, and Fern Spruill will co-facilitate the Continuing Conversations on Race session on Monday, November 4, 7:30 to 9 p.m. The title: Privilege and Racism, Anger and Compassion: How do we manage our ambivalence?

In preparation, they are looking at this column by Chris Gross:
Meeting Racism, Homophobia and Close-Mindedness With Love and Compassion

and a column by Christopher Bowers, A Little White Lie: “I’m not racist, I’m colorblind”

Continuing Conversations on Race are a friendly, safe, confidential opportunity to share ideas and voice concerns. All are invited. They are planned and facilitated by Not in Our Town Princeton and held on the first Monday of the month from October through June in partnership with the Princeton Public Library.