Latest in a series of posts in the wake of the George Floyd murder
Lessons Learned from the Black Bethlehem Project
Rayah Levy, Bethlehem Area Public Library
February 10, 2021, 12-1:30PM
Gadfly is fond of saying — along with many, many others — that the murder of George Floyd (should have) triggered (another) national reckoning with race.
He is also fond of saying that he fears time is passing and that soon we will be saying “George who?”
But the Bethlehem Area Public Library has more than done its part through resources and programs to sustain our reckoning.
Especially in the person of BAPL’s head of adult services Rayah Levy.
Knowledge of our racial history is integral to a true sense of community.
Here’s yet another chance to learn from Rayah.