The History of Structural Racism in Baltimore: Film, Reflections + Panel Discussion
December 1 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
In partnership with Associated Black Charities, join us for a viewing of The History of Structural Racism in Baltimore, a compelling, 22-minute film that chronicles the intentional design of racial systems that built Baltimore. The film’s narrator will take the audience on a century long examination of racist practices and discriminatory policies and the modern day impact on generations of African American families. Following the film, a reflection exercise and panel discussion will frame structural racism in Baltimore within the context of the racial wealth gap.
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
4:30 – 6:30 PM
Film (22 minutes)
Small Group Reflection
Panel Discussion moderated by Anike Edmonds, Associated Black Charities
Diane Bell-McKoy, President + CEO, Associated Black Charities
Elizabeth Kennedy, Associate Professor of Law + Social Responsibility, Loyola University Maryland
Danise Jones Dorsey, Consultant, Public Policy + Anti-Poverty Strategies
Executive Summary of the Patterns of Employment Report commissioned by ABC
Changing the Future Report, written by Dr. Kennedy
This Zoom event is for Leadership class and alumni only.
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