3rd Anniversary Local Conversation on Racism & Viewing of DETROIT

Civic Cleveland • 24 January 2018
Event date 10 Feb '18 09:00 am - 01:00 pm
Event location Cedar Lee Theatre • 2163 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, 44118, OH, United States
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The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition presents the 3rd Anniversary Community Update on the Local Conversation on the Department of Justice focused on Racism - Policies, People and Police. This conversation is sponsored by Mt. Sinai Foundation.

We are truly amazed a the level of racism that has been openly displayed this past year from the reaction to the policing issue, the football knee protest, the White House, etc. The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition created the local conversation on the Department of Justice to look at solutions to the policing issue and we know that no amount of work can be completed on policing or many of the other issues if we don't look at racism. On Feb 10, 2018 the Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition will host a local conversation on Racism with a viewing of the movie Detroit followed by a Q & A featuring local and national experts.

Kareem Henton, Black Lives Matter
Jason Goodrick, Cleveland Community Policing Commission
Dick Peery, Retired Journalist and Historian

Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition
Dr. Anisi Daniels Smith
Rev Dr. Zachary Williams

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6 months agoAdd to Calender 2018-02-10 14:00:00 2018-02-10 14:00:00 3rd Anniversary Local Conversation on Racism & Viewing of DETROIT The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition presents the 3rd Anniversary Community Update on the Local Conversation on the Department of Justice focused on Racism - Policies, People and Police. This conversation is sponsored by Mt. Sinai Foundation. We are truly amazed a the level of racism that has been openly displayed this past year from the reaction to the policing issue, the football knee protest, the White House, etc. The Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition created the local conversation on the Department of Justice to look at solutions to the policing issue and we know that no amount of work can be completed on policing or many of the other issues if we don't look at racism. On Feb 10, 2018 the Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition will host a local conversation on Racism with a viewing of the movie Detroit followed by a Q & A featuring local and national experts. Kareem Henton, Black Lives Matter Jason Goodrick, Cleveland Community Policing Commission Dick Peery, Retired Journalist and Historian Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition Dr. Anisi Daniels Smith Rev Dr. Zachary Williams https://www.facebook.com/events/153307552112736/   Cedar Lee Theatre America/New_York public Racial Justice