Final anti-racism event in series planned in city

VERGENNES — The last of the Vergennes anti-racism Voices in the Park gatherings of the summer is planned for the city green this Saturday, Aug. 29, from 4 to 5 p.m.
Vergennes resident Rose Archer, who has spoken at the earlier events, will speak again this Saturday in a talk entitled, “When Will the Shooting Stop?” The talk will be dedicated to Jacob Blake, the recent victim of a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisc.
Everyone is invited.
Organizer Lizbeth Ryan of Waltham requests those who wish to attend wear masks and observe social-distancing guidelines.

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