Virtual Fall Conference & Business Meeting
Friday, October 16, 2020, 9:30 AM to 12 Noon
TEDx Speaker, Executive Director of Community Change, Inc.,
and author of the blog, "Black Girl in Maine"
Born and raised on a combination of big city attitude and Midwestern sensibility in Chicago, Shay Stewart-Bouley, also known from her blog "Black Girl in Maine", had to learn a bit of Yankee ingenuity when she relocated to Maine in 2002. She was able to continue the socially conscious work she had embarked on in the Windy City, where she worked primarily with homeless people, by running a community center focused on low-income youth in Southern Maine and writing about social issues (racism, class and socio-economics in particular) on her blog, and in various Maine publications, as well as appearing in some anthologies. In 2011, she won a New England Press Association Award for her writing on race and diversity for the Portland Phoenix. Although she stills resides in Maine, she is currently Executive Director of Community Change Inc. in Boston, one of the nation’s longest running anti-racism organizations.
NHLA would like to express our many thanks to ULAC for co-sponsoring our speaker.
Cost: $5/$10/$15/$20/$25 (pay as you can)
Payment can be made via credit card online, or check.
If paying by check, please make payable to "NHLA" and mail to:
Linda Pilla, NHLA Membership Chair, Rodgers Memorial Library
194 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 03051
Registration deadline: Wed., October 14th, 2020
Please read the NHLA Cancellation Policy before registering.
9:30 Awards & Recognition, followed by brief Business Meeting
10:30 Keynote: "Authentic Dialogs: Talking About Racism and Moving to Action"
This 90-minute segment will include Shay's presentation, followed by breakout sessions with small groups, then conclude by reconvening for discussion & questions.
Details about this virtual conference are also available at our website.
Login link for the conference will be emailed to all registrants a few days prior.
Questions? Contact Yvette Couser, NHLA Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org.