Panel Discussion hosted by Wilton Library
New History is Here Video to watch prior to the discussion
Don’t miss it! A Wilton Reads (Memorial Drive by Natasha Trethewey) panel discussion in which four Wilton community members will discuss race relations in America and explore ways in which to make further progress in this critical issue.
Prior to the discussion, watch the Wilton Historical Society’s new History is Here video “Race Relations in Wilton: The Human Values at Stake” which was specially created for this year’s Wilton Reads. It provides some surprising insights into Wilton’s past.
The panel includes: Adrienne Reedy, currently a member of Wilton’s Police Commission; Kelly Weldon, Director of Foundations in Faith for the Bridgeport Diocese; Bill Harris, adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University and Director of the SHU Community Theatre; and, Chris Brubeck, musician and composer of jazz and classical music. The discussion will be moderated by writer/filmmaker Megan Smith-Harris, founder and Executive Director of the Fairfield Film Festival.
Wilton Historical Society is a Community Partner with Wilton Library for this year’s Wilton Reads project.
Online registration is required in order to receive the Zoom invitation link. Attendees will be able to submit questions for a moderated Q&A period following the panel discussion