BLM RI PAC & Community Leaders to Host Panel Discussion on “How to Achieve Racial Justice through Organizational Transformation.”
Providence, RI: At an event on Thursday, February 23rd, the BLM RI PAC, will be joined by community leaders for a panel discussion on “How to Achieve Racial Justice through Organizational Transformation.” The event seeks to bring together advocates, elected officials and other stakeholders to better understand how we, as a community, can be more collaborative & synergetic towards collective goals and ultimately, community betterment. The event will be held at Rochambeau Library, located at 708 Hope St, Providence, RI 02906 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
WHAT: Panel Discussion on “How to Achieve Racial Justice through Organizational Transformation
WHEN: Thursday, February 23rd, 2023
WHERE: Rochambeau Library, 708 Hope Street. Providence RI
- Keith Stokes, Vice President of the 1696 Heritage Group
- Kyle Bennett, Director, Public Policy & Research at United Way of Rhode Island
- Paige Clausius-Parks, Executive director of Rhode Island KIDS COUNT
- Cedric Huntley, Executive Director of the Nonviolence Institute
- Larome Myrick, Executive Director - Division of Youth Development at Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families.
- Corey Jones, Chief of Policy and Planning at Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training
*Moderated by Jim Vincent, Senior Advisor to the Black Lives Matter, RI PAC