Marches, rallies, and protests are taking place in cities across the nation and right here in the City of Milwaukee calling for change and equity in the way black and brown people are treated in our country and in our community. The question that many have what's next, what type of impact will protesting have in seeing accountability, justice, and closing the gap of systemic racism.
Join us for a live virtual discussion on:
-the power of the people exercising their right to protest
-the normalcy of civil protesting along with the history and purpose of taking it to the streets
-the Black Lives Matter statement and the intersectionality of ensuring all black voices are heard and represented within the movement
-the purpose and art of organizing
-the road to justice and what must happen in concert with acts of civil unrest
We look forward to an informative dialogue presented by:
Jeffery Roman, Community Organizer/ Activist Derut Consulting Cooperative
Annia Leonard, Youth Organizer UBLAC Milwaukee
Markasa Tucker, Director of the African American Roundtable
Montell Infiniti Ross, LGBTQ+ Activist Courage MKE
Sam Alford, Community Activist
Protest to Power, What's Next?
Thursday, July 2, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CST
Register for this free virtual discussion at https://tmulyp.org/event-3850874
This conversation and the information provided is intended to empower our membership and the Milwaukee community to help educate yourself, your networks, and everyone around you.