Black Lives Matter in North Woodside

A neighbor participates in the weekly Black Lives Matter Vigil

As tragic story after tragic story attests, racism and racial bias remain a huge and deeply rooted problem in our country. Indeed there is much work to do. A good place to start would be right here where we live. In the Fall 2020 issue of the Beacon, two members of North Woodside’s antiracism group invited neighbors to reflect on the Black Lives Matter movement as it pertains to our community, and to take action.

On [Not] Making That Call
by Karin Chenoweth

Supplement: Before Calling the Police, Ask Yourself

Kids Ask Again, Are We There Yet?
by Isabel M. Estrada Portales