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Race, Poverty, & Social Justice
Saturday, November 5, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. sign-in
1501 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501
$20 General Admission (Lunch included)
College Students Free w/ID
Students Register Here
Registration Required for all attendees.
A limited number of scholarships are available.
See the Full Agenda Here
Lunch Keynote Speaker
Mortimer M. Caplin Professor of Law, Director of Center for the Study of Race and Law at UVA.
Black Lives are All Our Lives:
Reframing our Constitution’s Commitment to Racial Equality
Based on Justice and Empathy
Black Lives Matter Panel Moderator
The Feminist Wire Founder, Scholar, Activist, Writer
Black Lives Matter
Workshops throughout the day
|Session Topics Include:
- Cultivating Young Social Entrepreneurs
- Access to Driver's Licenses for Imigrants as a Means to Achieve Social Justice
- Housing and Race
- Campus Climate Salon
- Telling our Stories: Through the Intersection of Race and Gender
- Restorative Justice
- Hometown Glory
- Community Policing
- Race Health Disparities, Equity & Advocacy
- Museums & Social Responsibility
- Dialect Diversity
- Shared Experience of Non-Violent African-American Males with Addiction who Recidivate
- Social Justice Theatre
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- and Much More . . .
- Larry Shaw, Shaw Inspires
- Edgar Aranda-Yanoc, Legal Aid Justice Center
- Sarah Jemison, National Low Income Housing Coalition
- Randolph Students, Randolph College
- Carolyn Gross, Ashley Thompson, Sharon Foreman, Leslie King, Lynchburg College/MVOC
- Donna Chewning
- Nicholas George, The Listening
- Jeffrey Rater, Lynchburg Police Department
- Jennifer Hall, PhD, Lynchburg College
- Barbara Rothermal, PhD, Lynchburg College
- Leslie Layne, PhD, Lynchburg College
- Robin Bell, PhD, Bell Consulting
- Teresa Harris
- Yvonne Nowlin, Health Department
Many Voices One Community: the Lynchburg dialogue on Race and Racism will present this one-day conference on the campus of Lynchburg College. Last year's conference featured Dr. Daryl Scott, Historian, Howard University speaking on From the Past to the Present: The Significance of Black Lives Matter.
Phone 434-455-3964 for more information
or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
As a public service, no convenience fee will be added to registrations on LynchburgTickets.com.
Contact MVOC for more information:
email: email@example.com or phone 434-455-3964