Perspectives on York’s racial unrest, Session 1: Housing

“York is at an important crossroads in its history,” – Jeff Kirkland, President of the York African American Historical Preservation Society. Hosted with the York Daily Record, author Jim McClure outlined the powerful discussions hosted on September’s forum meeting and has given us permission to re-post his article. Be sure to join us for our next forum meeting held on Thursday, October 17 at 7PM at Logos Academy. October’s discussion and panel will focus on the topic of Medical Care.

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