Fine Arts Center General Meeting

Thus nearly mythic meeting attracted between 400-800 (reports varied) residents, who supported tolerance, diversity and equality in our community. At subsequent meetings attendees broke into neighborhood groups, establishing the foundation for Citizens Project’s broad citizen activist network for years to come. Members monitored local schools and other community institutions to guard against attacks on diversity, tolerance and help safeguard the traditional values of pluralism.


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