Looking racism squarely in the face


AMENIA— Racism exists. Everyone knows it. Fortunately, there are some people working to stem the tide, making serious efforts to eradicate it once and for all. 

Enola Aird, founder and president of Community Healing Network, Inc., which seeks to “develop a unified global response to the root causes of the devaluing of black lives,” is among those fighting hate and racism. She was at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Amenia on July 30 to begin a dialogue with local residents about the issue.

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