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Oakmont Sunday Symposium

Via Zoom starting at 10:30 a.m.

Feb. 6: Paul Gullixson and Kate Pack discuss “What’s happening with COVID-19 in Sonoma”

Sonoma County spokesman Paul Gullixson and chief epidemiologist Kate Pack will offer an update on the COVID-19 situation now and going forward, and how information is collected and verified to keep residents apprised of the latest developments.

Feb. 13: Julius E. Coles presents “My Journey from the Segregated South to Become a Global Citizen”

From his roots in the segregated South, attending segregated schools in Georgia, participating in the student movement for civil rights in the 1960s, discovering his ancestors’ roots in Africa, developing self-confidence as a result of his studies and travels in Europe, and studying with white students for the first time in the United States at Princeton University, Coles will trace his journey to becoming a global citizen and American diplomat. Currently the Honorary Consul for Senegal in Atlanta, most of Coles’ career of some 28 years in the Foreign Service has been spent as a senior official with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

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