Fourth Solidarity Talk to examine ‘What does Black Lives Matter mean to you?’

Joe Howdyshell speaks at the second monthly Solidarity Talk on July 19 to discuss labels and stereotypes.
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The fourth installment of Solidarity Nation’s Solidarity Talk series will take place at noon Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge.

The goal of the series is to encourage community members to participate in courageous conversations. This month’s conversation will examine the question, “What does Black Lives Matter mean to you?”

The talk also will be aired Sunday as part of the Breck Film Fest. Viewers can preorder a free ticket on to watch the talk. Solidarity Nation will be accepting donations during the viewing, according to the event’s Facebook page.

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