June 1 - Lunch Panel Discussion
Richard Baxter, Founder of social advocacy group Racism Stinks, shares his reconciliation story.  And US Senator James Lankford provides how he advocates for keeping the national legislators aware of the 1921 Race Massacre and how we as citizens can be more effective in elevating our reconciliation strategies to a national level.


 
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