Our club meeting on June 10, 2020 initiated what we hope will be an ongoing discussion about Black History and current racial tensions, as we search for a way to make positive change, in our communities and in ourselves. We asked four Rotarians of minority ethnic heritage from our club to participate and three were able to join us: Doylestown Attorney Melissa Bond, Non-profit Executive Ify Aduba and Financial Advisor Kal Patel. Doylestown Rotarian and Peace Center President, Connie Keener, moderated the panel discussion. Our panelists shared history along with personal experiences and when the question was asked, "what can we as a Rotary Club do to make a difference?", the answer was education. Whether in the form of scholarships for Bucks County students to attend Black Colleges, which are financially hurting right now, or some other means, the outcome of the meeting gave a us a direction to head. Thank you Connie, Melissa, Ify, and Kal for a wonderful presentation and thank you to Janet Kolepp (our next DG) from the Bethlehem Morning Star Club, DGN Bob Hobaugh from Kutztown, PE Dan Watson-Bey from Harleysville, PE Mindi Vogel from Blue Bell, PP Bob Powers from Hatboro, and AG Patti Smith from Blue Bell for joining our discussion!