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Interfaith Works: Duck Race to End Racism

Interfaith Works: Duck Race to End Racism

The Duck Race to End Racism will be held on Saturday, June 10, noon-4 p.m., at the Syracuse Inner Harbor.

The Duck Race to End Racism is a FREE FAMILY FESTIVAL that brings together people from all over the community. It features a huge line-up of children’s entertainment, cooperative games, face painting, community information booths and duck races galore. It is a celebration with people of many colors, many different backgrounds, and many different walks of life coming together to demonstrate what the world would look like if racism did not exist. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $5 each to participate in the general public Community Duck Race featuring many prizes and gifts.

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For more information about tickets, sponsorship and nonprofit 50/50 raffle ticket sales,
contact Gwen Sanders at 315-449-3552, ext. 119, or email gsanders@interfaithworkscny.org.

InterFaith Works builds bridges of understanding to affirm the dignity of all people in Central New York. Working with the different faith communities and the diversity of the region’s people, we address deeply embedded social divisions. Informed and influenced by the values and ethics of the faith traditions, we work with the community to find common ground on its issues. Using the tools of interfaith and cross-cultural dialogue, we create life-changing experiences that lead to actions for the creation of a more equitable and loving community.