NAWJ District 4 Holds a Happy Hour with a Purpose, Screens "The House We Live In" Documentary Depicting the Origins and Use of Race in America

Written by National Association of Women Judges|September 30, 2020|News


Moderated by District 4 Director, Chief Judge Anita Josey-Herring, and spurred by event Program Chairs Judge Beverly Nash and Judge Julia Weatherly, the evening examined how race “resides not in nature, but in politics, economics and culture,”  how we think about race, and how that impacts our communities. About 25 members of District 4 gathered that August 31st night to catch up with each other, learn how race became embedded in society, and commiserate on the damage done and how the country might move forward. You can learn more about the documentary “The House We Live In” here.

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