Safety & Solidarity within AAPI and Black Communities – May 24
Posted by Mayor's Office of Public Engagement on May 18, 2021
Join us for a fireside chat in recognition of AAPI Heritage Month—”Safety & Solidarity within AAPI and Black Communities” — hosted by the City of Philadelphia’s Pathways to Reform, Transformation, and Reconciliation in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement, the Office of Immigrant Affairs, the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, the Mayor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, and the Mayor’s Commission on African-American Males.
This virtual event, streamed to Facebook Live, will feature a small panel of experts that will discuss the current and historical state of anti-Asian and anti-Black racism in the city and country, its connection and impact on community and public safety, and what solidarity today looks like. Viewers will be able to submit questions via Facebook for a Q&A.
Date and Time: Monday, May 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM
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