When the Marches End: Are we for real this time? – Jun 30
Posted by University of Pennsylvania on June 23, 2020
University of Pennsylvania’s African-American Resource Center and The Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships Present
When the Marches End:
In response to the civil unrest and protesting of racism and social injustice including the murder of George Floyd, we will discuss why we are marching, what we hope to gain, and what are our next steps. The big question is:
Are we for real this time?
Panelists: Richard Gordon, EdD
Leslie Jones, PhD
Howard Stevenson, PhD
Moderator: Herman Beavers, PhD
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Zoom ID: 935 0337 3052
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