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x161105 Many Voices One Community 4th Annual RACE, POVERTY & SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE
x161105 Many Voices One Community 4th Annual RACE, POVERTY & SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE
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4th Annual                           

Race, Poverty, & Social Justice
Conference

Saturday, November 5, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

8:00 - 9:00 a.m. sign-in
 

Schewel Hall
Map

Lynchburg College


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.
(contact ldkings1@gmail.com)

See the Full Agenda Here

Lunch Keynote Speaker

Kim Fiorde-Mazuri
Mortimer M. Caplin Professor of Law, Director of Center for the Study of Race and Law at UVA.

Bio
Black Lives are All Our Lives:
Reframing our Constitution’s Commitment to Racial Equality
Based on Justice and Empathy


Black Lives Matter Panel Moderator

Tamura Lomax
The Feminist Wire Founder, Scholar, Activist, Writer
Black Lives Matter
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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 . . .
Sepeakers Include:
  • 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 mvocva@gmail.com

www.mvocva.com



As a public service, no convenience fee will be added to registrations on LynchburgTickets.com.
Specifications
Contact MVOC for more information: email: mvocva@gmail.com or phone 434-455-3964
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