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The Tendaji Talks

Presented by Neighborhoods Without Borders at Flint Public Library, Flint Michigan

The Tendaji Talks

Discussions to help us know our diverse neighbors, community issues, and the impact of racism on us all. Named in memory of Tendaji Ganges whose life and contributions to young people and education make Flint a better place to live. “Leave a mark, not a stain.” – T.Ganges

Two locations and dates – Second Tuesday of each month at the Flint Public Library; Third Tuesday at the New McCree Theatre.

Hispanics and Racism
Rubén Martinez, PhD
October 10
October 17 – at the New McCree Theatre same

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1026 E. Kearsley St., In the Flint Cultural Center, Flint , Michigan 48502

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