In light of the recent global protests against racism, calls to #DefundThePolice and the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, one question has been repeatedly asked:
“How can the Black community create sustainable change for ourselves?”
The first discussion we hosted focused on why it is important for our community to focus on sustainable change.
For part two, this panel will look at the intersections of healing and institution building. Institutions are reflections of the people that build them. We will focus on the ways that healing can positively impact the development of Black institutions.
July 6 @ 6pm, Facebook Live on Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle
Bakari Jones, Business strategist
Danielle Torain, Executive Director – OSI-Baltimore
Wekesa Madzimoyo. Co-Director – AYA Educational Institute
Shawna Murray-Browne LCSW-C, Founder – Kindred Wellness
Dayvon Love, Director of Public Policy – Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle
Join the conversation, post your questions and comments and get involved in moving our community to more sustainable solutions.