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Wayne Action for Racial Equality

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2023 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration

Please join W.A.R.E and Wayne County Communities this Monday, January 16, for an annual day of celebration!

In Remembrance of Gustavo Guavara

Embrey recalls, first hand, how Gustavo advocated for Wayne County's Mexican community, assuring recognition of their humanity and fulfillment of their social, cultural, and spiritual needs.

Four New Books Added to the Newark Library W.A.R.E. Collection

Please see the latest additions to Newark Public Library's W.A.R.E collection.

W.A.R.E. Annual Officer Nominations

Please read the attached cover letter and complete the nomination form as directed.

Postponement: The Voices of Wayne County book release dedication program

Please note the unfortunate need to postpone this event.

Austin Steward Historical Marker Dedication Presentation

WARE members, Earl Greene and Jim Wood, spoke at the dedication of the Austin Steward roadside historical marker. The following text represents the words spoken by Dr. Wood at the October 22 event.

Books Added to Newark Library W.A.R.E Collection

Five new books are available in the WARE Collection at Newark Library.

Butler Mural Dedication: Samuel Ward and Antoinette Brown

Commemorating historic contributions of Ward as the first African-American minister in Wayne County and Brown as the first woman ordained in the United States

2022 Timothy Barber Memorial Scholarship Awardees

Wayne Action for Racial Equality is pleased to announce the three area graduating high school seniors who have been awarded 2022 Timothy Barber Scholarships.

June 2022 Additions to the Newark Library W.A.R.E. Collection

Four new titles in Newark Library's W.A.R.E. Book Collection are available to library patrons.

Juneteenth Justice Celebration

Announcing a Juneteenth Celebration event co-sponsored by Grace!, Rural Migrant Ministry, and Wayne Action for Racial Equality.

Town of Sodus Historical Society Juneteenth Celebration

The Sodus Historical Society invites you to Juneteenth presentations on June 9 and June 11.

School Board Elections: May 17, 2022

On May 17 across the county and state are important elections for school board members and school budgets. Across the county, the state, and the nation, the divide between ideologies is growing.

New for May 2022 in the Newark Library and W.A.R.E. Book Collection

Newark Library announces the May addition of 5 new book titles that address topics such as racial justice, dignity, racism's impact on youth, and uncompensated African American contributions.

Newest Additions to the Newark Library W.A.R.E. Collection

New titles recently added to the Newark Library's WARE Collection include the first children's book to be included in the collection.

The Tulsa Race Massacre, a two-part series at the Newark Public Library

The PBS documentary film, Tulsa, the Fire and the Forgotten, and discussion based on either of two books: The Ground Breaking by Scott Ellsworth, or Black Bird in the Sky by Brandy Colbert

A LOOK AT CURRENT RACE RELATIONS IN WAYNE COUNTY

"Calls in Sodus for banning a classic work (The Bluest Eye) by renown African American author, Tony Morrison,... " This and other challenges "can be discouraging, but there has been progress."

2022 Wayne County Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration

On January 17, WARE's annual Wayne County Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration was co-hosted virtually by Sodus Third UMC, the Village of Sodus and Finger Lakes Community Schools.