Prince George’s County Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker (D – District 8), as part of her “MOVING FORWARD” webinar series, is hosting the “State of Humanity: Equity in Black America Summit”, on Wednesday, June 24th from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
The “MOVING FORWARD” webinar series provides a platform for residents to engage in open and honest dialogue and discuss coping and transformative strategies on challenging topics.
The “State of Humanity: Equity in Black America Summit,” will address social injustice and systemic racism in law enforcement, education, economic, health and housing, and discuss solutions and action items to achieve equity for Black America.
Council Member Anderson-Walker will be joined by a panel of state and regional elected officials, academia leaders, community and youth leaders including City of Bowie Mayor Tim Adams; State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy; At-Large Montgomery County Council Member Will Jawando; Board of Education Vice- Chair Ed Burroughs; Professor of Law and Executive Director, Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center, Justin Hansford; and Class of 2020 Oxon Hill High School graduate, and Founder, Resistance Research Coalition, Marisa Miles. The summit will be moderated by Strategist Leader, Jennifer Jones.
The “State of Humanity: Equity in Black America Summit,” will be hosted on ZOOM technology. To participate, register HERE.
State of Humanity: Equity in Black America Summit
- District 8 Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker
- Strategist Leader, Jennifer Jones,
- City of Bowie Mayor, Timothy J. Adams
- Prince George’s County State’s Attorney, Aisha Braveboy
- Montgomery County Council Member At-Large, Will Jawando
- Prince George’s County Board of Education Vice Chairman, Ed Burroughs
- Professor of Law and Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center Executive Director, Justin Hansford
- Oxon Hill Senior High School 2020 Graduate and Founder of Resistance Research Coalition, Marisa Miles
Wednesday, May 24, 2020
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Virtual Event – To Register, please click HERE