Your Children are Very Greatly in Danger
Again this year, PathStone Foundation is partnering with the Greater
Rochester Association of REALTORS to host Justin Murphy’s presentation:
Your Children are Very Greatly in Danger.
Join us on Thursday, June 16th, 2022 from 2:45 pm to 5:00 pm
at Grace Road Church for this critical presentation and panel discussion.
PathStone Foundation is partnering with the Greater Rochester Association of REALTORS to host this event.
Save the date!
Please join us for Justin Murphy’s presentation and panel discussion of his book, Your Children are Very Greatly in Danger
Thursday, June 16th, 2022
Grace Road Church, Rochester, NY
Justin Murphy writes about Rochester history, racial segregation and more. He covers education in the Rochester area, and has written extensively about the various predicaments of the Rochester City School District as well as its relationship with surrounding school districts, winning various journalism awards along the way. He’s worked at the Democrat and Chronicle since 2012 and before that was a reporter for The Citizen in Auburn, New York. Justin grew up in Penfield and attended the University of Chicago and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He lives with his wife and children in the city of Rochester.
This year’s event will be held at on Thursday, June 16th at Grace Road Church, at the corner of East Avenue and Prince Street in Rochester, NY. It will be both an in-person and a virtual event. The church has been completely renovated with state-of-the-art communication technology and most importantly HVAC, for the comfort of all those attending.
About PathStone Presents
PathStone Presents –Provok!ng Thought , is an exciting opportunity for Western New York community builders of all kinds to hear local and national thought leaders around one of the most compelling and difficult issues of our time – poverty. We hope to be able to feature trends, innovations and policy topics to provoke new ways of thinking about poverty and to stimulate partnerships to address the challenges that poverty brings to the creation of a vibrant and healthy community.