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Tools for Social Change

Tuesday night, the activist group Tools for Social Change hosted a community meeting at the Geneva Public Library. The standing room only event provided community members with an opportunity to speak out on accusations that a City of Geneva police officer shared racist images on Facebook. Late in the session they were joined by representatives of the Geneva Community Compact.


The group Tools for Social Change is launching an anti-poverty project in partnership with the City of Geneva. “Let’s Talk Economic Opportunity” kicks off Tuesday, July 25th at 6:00 p.m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Khuram Hussain is a professor of education at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and a member of Tools for Social Change.

Kelly Walker

The community group Tools for Social Change is sponsoring a Black Lives Matter in Geneva rally tonight, July 21. The Black Lives Matter in Geneva rally follows an event Tools for Social Change organized last week. The interfaith Genevans for Peace rally drew around 150 people who listened to speakers and joined together in song. Tools for Social Change’s Natalie Knott hopes to improve on that participation at tonight’s rally.