Human Service provider Arrowleaf will be hosting a series of free online events throughout the year titled “Love Our Differences” aimed at engagement and education in the areas of equity and inclusion. This wonderful series that began as a staff event is now being offered to the community.
The “Love Our Differences” series of events feature Jeff L. McGoy, a motivational speaker and performing artist who addresses what are often uncomfortable issues to talk about in a powerful, humorous and entertaining way. The events will be presented live on Arrowleaf’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
VIENNA—Human Service provider Arrowleaf announced today a series of free online events titled Love Our Differences aimed at engagement and education in the areas of equity and inclusion. The first event is titled Welcome to the Land of Oz 2021 and will take place on January 28, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
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