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Though we learn about the evils of slavery and the triumphs of the Civil Rights Movement in history class, issues of racial justice and equality are still part of our society today. Since the recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, those issues have been front and center.
YWCA invites the community to participate in a conversation with members of our own community about race, justice, equality, inequality, and what can be done to create an equal and just society. Our panelists will answer questions from a moderator and the community using their own experiences, expertise, and opinions. We hope to have a productive, educational, and inspirational dialogue and look forward to hearing from our wonderful panelists!
Date: Wednesday, June 10
Time: 6-7:30 pm
Dr. Michael Williams, Director of African American Studies Program, UTEP
Afolasade Talabi, President of Black Student Union, UTEP
State Senator Jose Rodriguez
Jamie Flores, Executive Director of El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center
Moderator: Dr. Ann Horak, YWCA USA & YWCA El Paso Board Member, Associate Professor of Practice, UTEP
Want to submit a question or conversation idea? Send it to us by 12 pm on Tuesday, June 9th here!
Event Rules and Guidelines
- Profane, hateful, racist, or discriminatory language will not be tolerated
- Be respectful of each panelist, the moderator, and other participants
- Personal attacks of panelists or other participants will not be tolerated
- Anyone whose comments or participation is deemed to be counterproductive, not in the spirit of the event, or as violating these guidelines will be removed from the webinar