An enlightening and encouraging panel of adults and youths met Friday evening at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center: “Intergen 2.0 – The Challenges Facing the Pursuit of Justice and Equality.”
Students from Creekside H.S., Ponte Vedra H.S., Nease H.S., and Murray M.S. joined adults to discuss their experiences and attempt to reach common ground and understanding on the issues of justice and equality. Mayor Nancy Shaver opened the event; Gayle and Floyd Phillips hosted; Dr. Dorothy Israel gave her inspiration; Derek Coghlan moderated; Jim Henry was videoing; Pat Chiapetta energized, Joe Chiapetta directed traffic; Amy Goldin helped staging; Gracie Best performed her show-stopping Slam Poetry; Elizabeth Erpelding-Garratt provided delicious hors d’oeuvres. Sue-Ellen Gamble Mosler, owner of Uppity Art, 67 S. Dixie Hwy., St. Augustine, sponsored the event.
First Coast.TV put these highlights of a fantastic three hour event together, so please enjoy.

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