"REALIZING THE DREAM?: Racial Justice in Prince George's County, a Panel Presentation & Dialogue." Mon., Jan. 15 10:30 AM to noon at Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church in Camp Springs. Child care and video/activities for children provided (with advance reservation). Canned food and/or monetary donations to the Oxon Hill Food Pantry for admission. Speakers will include the President & founding members of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Carolyn Corpening Rowe, Jane Taylor Thomas, and Nathania A. Branch Miles. Their books "Prince George's County: Maryland (Black America Series)", "Oxon Hill (Images of America)", and "Fort Washington (Images of America)" will be available for purchase. Davies church is handicapped accessible & located at 7400 Temple Hill Rd. For more information, see www.dmuuc.org or call 301-449-4308 (and call to reserve space for child care).