Tue, Jul 28 | Online

Community Conversations: Activism: How to Stand Up and Enact Meaningful Change Featuring Ed Gordon

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Community Conversations: Activism: How to Stand Up and Enact Meaningful Change Featuring Ed Gordon

Time & Location

Jul 28, 2020, 7:00 PM EDT
Online

About the Event

NCBW-New Haven Metropolitan Chapter is partnering with the Woodbridge Community Council, in conjunction with the Town of Woodbridge, CT, the Beecher Road School Diversity Committee, and the Woodbridge Town Library for the first of their Community Conversations series. The first event of this series will be held virtually on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 7:00 PM. All are welcome to participate. The theme of the conversation will be Activism: How to Stand Up and Enact Meaningful Change.

This event will feature award-winning journalist Ed Gordon, author of the new book “Conversations in Black: On Power, Politics, and Leadership” which, according to the publisher, “takes a comprehensive and unvarnished look at the state of Black America. The book’s author, renowned journalist Ed Gordon, invites readers to #jointheconversation about creating new narratives for people of color. Noted as a skilled interviewer, Gordon brings together a diverse group of today’s most prominent African American voices for a (virtual) gathering to discuss where African Americans and the country go from here.” Mr. Gordon will facilitate a panel with local residents to explore subjects that embrace critical questions in today’s charged climate, and about people of color’s continuing quest for equality.

Registration is Closed