Examining Social Class in the Adirondacks. We’ll explore our personal, interpersonal, and professional experiences in social class through performance & workshops led by Dialogue Arts Project.

In our efforts to make the Adirondacks more welcoming to people from all backgrounds, we need to look at our own biases and problems. Social class is the Adirondack experience. Have you ever felt that you are part of an “us” or “them” in your own community? This program will create space for productive and meaningful conversations around this important issue. Free and open to public. Registration required.

This Adirondack Center for Writing event is sponsored by Humanities New YorkNational Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy, and New York State Council on the Arts.

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