FRAMINGHAM – In 2015, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a law to make the second Sunday in June Race Amity Day in the Commonwealth.
Race Amity Day is a day to focus on building friendship to break down racial barriers, supported by Baha’i community.
Open Spirit in Framingham will hold a Race Amity Day event on Sunday, June 4 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
During their event, attendees will play “a new non-competitive board game called Breaking It Down Towards E Pluribus Unum.
The purpose of the game is to encourage and assist people to talk about race in a non‐toxic manner with a focus on amity, emotional safety, learning and mutual support.
All are welcome to attend the event which hopes to foster understanding and friendship.