Feeling vulnerable is uncomfortable, and that’s how many people feel when they talk about race and privilege.
“What if I say something wrong?  Will I be labeled a racist?”
“I don’t want to talk about the racism I face every day.  How can white people understand what I’m going through?”

How does vulnerability help or hinder connecting . . . to ourselves and to each other?  In this month’s Continuing Conversation, we will examine how vulnerability affects our emotions and our interactions.  Monday, October 5, 2015 at 7 pm at the Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon St. Princeton, NJ.

PLEASE NOTE: New to Continuing Conversations?  Come 15 minutes earlier.  At 6:45  pm, facilitators will be available to introduce you to the format and answer any questions you may have.

Weather advisory. Hurricane Joaquin may have an impact on library programs on Monday. If the library is closed, that information will be on their website.  Not in Our Town will also post a notice if there is a change.