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Events for Monday February 7, 2022

Mercer County Bike Drive April 9

Monday February 7, 2022
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Rain Date April 16

Do you have a bike that you no longer use? Maybe you have one that your child has outgrown? Mercer County and the Park Commission are hosting a Bike Drive at several locations throughout the county. We will take your old bikes – no matter the condition – and give them to the Trenton Bike Exchange, a volunteer organization that collects, repairs, and sells used bikes at a very low price.

The mission of the Bike Exchange is to help low-income families get decent bikes and to raise money for our local Boys and Girls Club. Besides having the satisfaction of knowing your old bike will be refurbished and put to good use, your donation is tax-deductible.

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The Harlem Renaissance: Courage, Grace, and Vision - Virtual

Monday February 7, 2022
6:30 PM

The Mercer County Library, Lawrence Headquarters Branch 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville (609) 883-8294 |

The Harlem Renaissance was the beginning of an explosion in creativity that transformed African American identity and history, but it also transformed American culture in general. Never had so many people of all backgrounds read the thoughts of African Americans and embraced the Black community’s productions, expressions, and style in art, literature, music, dance, and theater. This talk will introduce you to many of the inspired artists who produced astonishing and ground-breaking works. Please email to register to receive link to program.

Continuing Conversations on Race, Princeton Public Library

Monday February 7, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Dr. Stephanie James-Harris, director of the Amistad Commission, will speak about the past, present and future of the commission.

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Black History Month Speaker Series: On the Margins of Intersectionality, Stuart Country Day School

Monday February 7, 2022
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Stuart Country Day School has partnered with the National Center for Girls' Leadership at Stuart to present the Black History Month speaker series, "On the Margins of Intersectionality." February 7, 7 - 8:30 PM, "Birth of A Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church."

Discussion with author Olga M. Segura Olga Marina Segura is a freelance writer and the opinion editor at National Catholic Reporter. Previously, she was an associate editor at America Media, where she wrote and solicited articles on race and culture. She is a co-founder and former co-host of the podcast, “Jesuitical.” Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, Latino Rebels, Shondaland, Sojourners, Refinery29, and The Revealer.

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