“Imagine Me: A Black Girl’s Journey coming of age in 1960’s Detroit” is the memoir of Brenda Fantroy-Johnson. She will speak at our April 4 meeting about her coming-of-age story “set during the height of the Civil Rights Movement…a time of music, baseball, and fishing on the Detroit River, a time of developing and discovering identity.” Fantroy-Johnson’s talk is titled “Imagine Me: How I Got Out.”
Help us welcome Ms. Fantroy-Johnson, who now lives in Washington State, and hear her story.
At this meeting we have several other items of business including:
- Committee activities;
- Discussion of our response to violence towards Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand as well as attacks on other faith communities;
- Brochure creation for IFC-BI-NK;
- CROP Walk update.