Exploring Reparations and The African American Experience

Spend the evening with Lorna Hines-Cunningham and learn more about the African American experience and systemic racism. Let’s also explore the concept of reparations.

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Lorna Hines-Cunningham, LCSW, ACSW received the NJ Mental Health Association’s prestigious Community Leadership Award and was described as a “visionary". She has led a long and prestigious career for more than forty years. She held senior cabinet positions in New York State and New Jersey providing leadership in mental health and addictions. Hines-Cunningham has served as an Adjunct Associate Professor at Ramapo College and Columbia University for more than fifteen years and taught graduate school courses including Ethnocultural Issues in Social Work Practice and Cultural Diversity, Racism, Privilege, and Oppression. She currently is a consultant and manages a busy private psychotherapy practice. She continues to work with and recently visited "Nazareth Home for God’s Children ” orphanage in Ghana helping to provide them with vital financial resources and support.


Free and Open to the Public. Walk-Ins Welcome.


November 20, 2019 at 7pm - 9pm


Englewood Library
31 Engle St
Englewood, NJ 07631
United States
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