Events Calendar

Pitt-Greensburg: Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding Series

Pitt-Greensburg and the Westmoreland Diversity Coalition have partnered to bring "Good and Necessary Trouble" to our community. Click here to register.

Diane Hightower, president of the Board of Directors of the YWCA Westmoreland and director of Academic Support, Carnegie Mellon University, will present the keynote speaking event of the series.

She will speak about the Black Lives Matter Movement that started as a call to action for racial justice then became a national debate and caused a racial divide we have not seen in this country since Thurgood Marshall brought the landmark case in 1954, Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka. This online seminar will also set aside time for any attendee questions. 

This is the third of six sessions that will be held virtually through November. Students can participate at no cost. Non-students will pay a nominal $5 registration fee to participate. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share what you know with your neighbors, and gain a better understanding from your neighbors.

Please contact Carlotta Paige or Al Thiel for additional details or to have questions answered.

Dial-In Information

Please register here to receive the link and password to join this virtual event.

Tuesday, September 29 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Pitt-Greensburg: Growth Through Knowledge and Understanding Series

Pitt-Greensburg and the Westmoreland Diversity Coalition have partnered to bring "Good and Necessary Trouble" to our community. Click here to register.

Diane Hightower, president of the Board of Directors of the YWCA Westmoreland and director of Academic Support, Carnegie Mellon University, will present the keynote speaking event of the series.

She will speak about the Black Lives Matter Movement that started as a call to action for racial justice then became a national debate and caused a racial divide we have not seen in this country since Thurgood Marshall brought the landmark case in 1954, Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka. This online seminar will also set aside time for any attendee questions. 

This is the third of six sessions that will be held virtually through November. Students can participate at no cost. Non-students will pay a nominal $5 registration fee to participate. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, share what you know with your neighbors, and gain a better understanding from your neighbors.

Please contact Carlotta Paige or Al Thiel for additional details or to have questions answered.

Dial-In Information

Please register here to receive the link and password to join this virtual event.

Tuesday, September 29 at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Virtual Event