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Geneva hosts panel discussion on diversity

National, historic perspectives to be considered

GENEVA – The city of Geneva is recognizing African-American History Month by inviting the public to participate in a community conversation about diversity in Geneva from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Feb. 21 in the City Hall Council Chambers, 109 James St., officials announced in a news release.

The event is hosted by the city’s Strategic Plan Advisory Committee, which invites the public to participate in this important conversation and offer input on how Geneva may ensure it is a welcoming community to everyone.

After a short video presentation, Mayor Kevin Burns will moderate a panel discussion with Aurora University professor Jerry Butters and Geneva History Museum Executive Director Terry Emma, who will respectively discuss both national historical perspectives and local experiences for African-Americans in Geneva.

For more information, contact the Assistant City Administrator/Director of Administrative Services Ben McCready at 630-938-4540 or via email at bmccready@geneva.il.us.

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