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On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in mid-September, our Racial Unity team set up a booth at the Village Fair in Mount Airy, Philadelphia, displaying the Racial Unity Flag and selling Racial Unity t-shirts, stickers, and car magnets. We also put together a bean-bag toss that was very popular with fairgoers, especially children (and those adults who are still in touch with their inner child). The team was proud to have sold over 20 t-shirts, and a bunch of magnets and stickers, too–altogether, with the help of the bean-bag challenge, we managed to raise $300 for the Southern Poverty Law Center! Thanks so much to Claire, Ameer, Sarah, Lilly, and Bronwyn for doing a great job running the table and encouraging the fairgoers to take part in the fun! Thanks also to everyone who made the fair possible, especially Stephanie Bruneau, Programs Director at Weavers Way Co-op. If anyone has a suggestion for another fair that we can join, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us through the “contact” tab.

Three members of the Racial Unity Team at the Village Fair in West Mount Airy, Philadelphia

Claire, Bronwyn, and Ameer of the Racial Unity Team at the Village Fair in Mt. Airy, Philadelphia