Mayor Loveridge will issue a proclamation declaring October 12-17, 2010 and Race Equality Week and call for the reaffirmation of the Riverside Inclusive Community Statement.
6:30 pm at the City Council Chambers
Staged Reading of To Kill a Mockingbird
JTL productions will present an interactive staged reading of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
Reception with light refreshments, 4-5 pm
Reading from 5-7 pm
Main (Downtown) Library Auditorium, Second Floor
Race: Are We So Different?
Explore the National Touring Race Exhibit and investigate race and human variation through the framework of science. Keynote speech by Dr. Yolanda Moses, UCR Vice-Provost of Conflict Resolution.
5:30 – Reception and exploration of exhibit.
6:30 – Keynote Speech, Dr. Yolanda Moses
Riverside Metropolitan Museum
Wherever There’s a Fight
In collaboration with the Inlandia Institute, book authors Stan Yogi and Elaine Elinson will present a virtual tour of their book. A panel of local experts will follow to discuss the connection of the book to local issues.
10:30 – 3 pm Main (Downtown) Library Auditorium, Second Floor
Lunch will be provided
Diversity through Performance
Join us as multicultural groups take the stage in downtown Riverside with breathtaking dances and performances showcasing the culturally diverse populace of our region.
12 – 3 pm on Main Street Riverside (between Mission Inn and University Avenue).
3900 Main St. 7th Floor
Riverside, CA 92522
Phone: (951) 826-5551
|Mon - Fri||8:00am - 5:00pm|
|Closed on Weekends and Major Holidays|