Race Forum VII

Topic:  “Targeted Delivery” Times: 2-3 p.m. or 6-7 p.m. RSVP to:  AuroraGov.org/forums Part of City of Aurora’s Race Forum Series Sponsored by: City of Aurora Community Relations Division, Office of Dr. Barbara Shannon-Bannister Don Logan was the director of Scottsdale, Arizona’s Office of Diversity and Dialogue when he opened a package that exploded on Feb. […]

Topic:  “Targeted Delivery”

Times: 2-3 p.m. or 6-7 p.m.

RSVP to:  AuroraGov.org/forums

Part of City of Aurora’s Race Forum Series

Sponsored by:
City of Aurora Community Relations Division, Office of Dr. Barbara Shannon-Bannister

Don Logan was the director of Scottsdale, Arizona’s Office of Diversity and Dialogue when he opened a package that exploded on Feb. 26, 2004.  Logan started off his morning in a closet deciding what tie to wear, and by the end of the day he was the subject of national news, the victim of  a suspected hate crime, lying bandaged in a hospital bed. He has since recovered and wrote about his experience in the book “Targeted Delivery.”  Logan refused to be intimidated by the bombing and continues to be an advocate for diversity by encouraging the creation of an environment of respect and inclusiveness.