4-Part Conversation Series on Racial Justice
Housing | Education | Policing | Health
Each program will include community members with their own stories to tell, expert moderators who will guide us through history, policy and present day, and panelists who will help give context to each topic, provide calls to action and simple steps we can take to help shape a better future for everyone. This series is curated to break down the causes of social injustices and to encourage creative solutions for amending them.
These programs tie in directly with our individual and collective missions, and as partners we can reach more people and tackle the transformative work that needs to be done.
The Courier Journal addressed these issues in-depth with their Beyond Breonna Series and continues to in ongoing stories, The Frazier History Museum will open its West of Ninth: Race, Reckoning and Reconciliation Exhibit in September, and currently on display through February 2022 at the Muhammad Ali Center is its exhibit, Truth Be Told: The Policies That Impacted Black Lives.
In addition to in person programming, all Racial Reckoning events will be livestreamed on the hosts' Facebook Pages.
September 30 at the Frazier History Museum
7:00PM TO 8:00PM
Our first program, Racial Reckoning: Housing will be Thursday, September 30th at the Frazier History Museum from 7 to 8 pm. The Moderator is Trent Findley, Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Metro United Way, and include Storytellers like Ed White, Founder of Louisville’s River City Drum Corps, and Panelists that include Jecorey Arthur, Metro City Council District 4, and Jackie Floyd, Russell Resident and Lead Community Outreach Specialist for Russell: A Place of Promise, and Celine Mutuyemariya, Community Organizer and Housing Justice Advocate..