Walk Against Hate
9:00 AM09:00

Walk Against Hate


People around the world, even people in our neighborhood, are suffering from the injustices of prejudice.  The struggle to protect civil rights for all has made great strides in the last few decades, but we are not finished yet!  Everyone can think of at least one injustice they experienced in their lifetime, and we need to keep fighting to reduce prejudice and bigotry. 

Over 30 local nonprofit organizations will be highlighting the important work they do within our community at the Diversity Expo. The topics of these groups include LBGT equality, immigration services, culture, ethnicity and more. On stage, local and diverse entertainers will be performing as participants check in and explore the Diversity Expo area. Face painting, balloon artistry and magicians will be on-site as well. Light refreshments and snacks will be available to registered event participants following the 2 mile walk.  

We recommend arriving early to take advantage of the most desirable nearby parking lots. Lots to the north of the venue (bordering Intrepid Avenue and South 13th Street) are open to participants, as well as ample street parking


Schedule of Events:

Registration – 8AM

Diversity Expo – 8AM – 11AM

Artistic Expression & Festival Activities – 8AM – 11AM

Main Stage Entertainment – 8:30AM – 10:30AM

Walk Against Hate – 10:30AM

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Just Eat It - share with RCOS Chapel  Social Action Committee
1:00 PM13:00

Just Eat It - share with RCOS Chapel Social Action Committee


"Just Eat It"

Sunday, February 18 at 1:00 PM in the RCOS Chapel

Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom

555 Warwick Drive

Wyomissing PA 19610


Join us as we screen films that will provide information and stimulate discussion on a variety of social issues. "Just Eat It" looks at food waste from farm to retail to our homes. The filmmakers show how they survived for six months only on food rescued from the trash heap.

Click on Just Eat It to view the trailer.

 Refreshments will be provided. 

Click on Social Action Film Series for additional dates and films.


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6:30 PM18:30

Interfaith Ally Workshop

Register: Email your name and affiliated organization to cmuse@clcwc.org Or online at our website

Speak up and speak out! This Interfaith Center special workshop will provide opportunities to learn about and exercise the skills needed to intervene with family, friends, and colleagues to combat discrimination and prejudice. Rooted in bystander intervention techniques, this workshop will specifically focus on how to address reli- giously focused hate speech and discrimination.

Free & Open to the Public Free-will offerings will help offset the costs.

Meet the Facilitators:


Anneke Kat is the Youth & Community Programs Manager at the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia. She has 5 years of experience working with refugees, youth, and women in the United States, West and Southern Africa on issues of education, economic empowerment, em- ployment, and community building. Anneke holds an M.A. in Community Development and Planning from Clark University.


Rev. Josh Blakesley has over 18 years of experience in working with diverse groups of religious and non-religious organizations, promoting education and service for the common good.

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