Progressive Diners-Perceptual Segregation

Perceptual Segregation

Join the Progressive Diners  for as we explore the topic Perceptual Segregation with our guest speaker James McDay. James is working to raise awareness about issues of diversity in Kootenai County. He hopes to foster inclusion for minority groups who feel unwelcome in our seemingly homogenous community. As James explains, the issue of perceptual segregation concerns how insiders and outsiders perceive discrimination differently. Regardless of your genetics or background, we are all either insiders or outsiders depending on the makeup of the group and our perceived place in it. How we perceive our place has profound implications both legally and culturally. To help clarify this complex issue, James will show a short video. The video will help solidify this important concept and show us why it should addressed. Please join this enlightening conversation about this important topic.

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You must RSVP Steve Moss if you plan to attend so our room is properly prepared. If you plan to attend, please arrive by 6:15 PM to get seated and place food or beverage orders before the presentation begins.

We do not like to turn people away, however, we have been over capacity at the last few meetings. Therefore, please RSVP to secure your reservation. Also, if you have a reservation and cannot attend, please let us know so that someone else can take your place at the table. If we can’t accommodate you, we will put your name on a wait list and notify you in the event of an opening.

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