A community conversation about working for
racial harmony continued Thursday night. The Racial Healing Project put on this
event at Phoebe East. Their sessions are designed to build
better communities in Southwest Georgia by finding ways for people to work out
their differences. Organizers say it's working.
together and touting our local talents is what's it's all about and we can't
have these conversations and see the good things in Albany if people don't come
to the table," said Harriet Hollis, Project coordinator.
Thursday night's guest speaker is a Columbia
University professor who founded a non-profit that helps groups reach