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May 16, 2019 Public Report On Race Exhibit in SE MN

FB Comments by Rick Morris
May 16 2019
"I had my doubts that it was possible. . . but we got the Diversity Council-Rochester, MN's whole Race Exhibit at the library onto the back of a single U-Haul! Next stop - Decorah, IA!

EDIT: Grants and funding request! The Diversity Council could really use some $$$ to hire professional movers to help out so that it doesn't get damaged as it crosses the midwest and gets packed up again and again.This exhibit is SO powerful that it's traveling all over the place.
 — withCarl-Eric GentesDee Sabol and Leticia Flores."






May 16, 2019 Public Report On Race Exhibit in SE MN



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