A Conversation on RACE and POLITICS

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A Conversation on RACE and POLITICS
Sponsored by DC Women in Politics

Sunday, June 23, 2013
3:00 - 5:00 PM
Greater Washington Urban League
2901 14th Street, NW

(corner 14th & Harvard near Columbia Heights Metro)

PANELISTS

  • Franklin Garcia, President, DC Latino Caucus
  • Sandra Jowers-Barber, Ph.D., Professor, University of the District of Columbia
  • Susan Meehan, Dupont Circle Activist, Council of Churches
  • Anita Bellamy Shelton, former Director, DC Office of Human Rights
  • Frank Smith, Director, African American Civil War Memorial & Museum; former Ward One Councilmember

RACE and POLITICS in DC -- an honest dialogue among diverse groups.  An open discussion about what is being whispered in private -- "Race Based Voting"

Issues to be discussed:

  • To what extent does "race based voting" exist?
  • What is its origin? -- impact of gentrification; reaction to prosecution of Councilmembers

Recommendations:

What can be done:

  • to promote a better quality of life for all residents  
  • to accept personal responsibility
  • to develop community education speakers and meetings
  • to encourage the Mayor to promote a “one city” that celebrates diversity
WHEN
June 23, 2013 at 3pm - 5pm
WHERE
Greater Washington Urban League
2901 14th St NW
(corner 14th & Harvard near Columbia Heights Metro) Enter on Harvard side of building
Washington, DC 20010
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Brenda Jones · (202) 561-5126
72 RSVPS
Anonymous Debbie Shores Marion Martin Mariah Douglas Alice Walker Shelley Tomkin M. Nadine Whittington Vanella Crawford Gladys Mitchell Maria C. Ibanez Janice Smith Ann C Wilcox Kimberly Perry Stephanie Robinson Kimberly Miller Markus Batchelor Dr. LaVonne Leslie Anita Shelton Gina Manley William O'Field Linda E. Softli Juan Thompson David Donaldson Carrie Nobles Kesh Ladduwahetty Palisia Stallworth Cherita Whiting Jeanne D. Carpenter Christine Easterling Linda Zottoli Sylvia Ross Marian Douglas-Ungaro Dc Women In Politics

Will you come?


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