Friday, November 30, 2018
Community Conversation: Kansas City Is Violent Because You're Racist?!?!
In this upcoming chat about racism, local denizens half to scribble down their questions and have somebody else ask them . . . So, it's not really a conversation but mostly a way to encourage locals to say pleasant, mundane and reassuring things to one another.
Still, the premise is worthy of consideration according to our blog community.
Take a look, we've highlighted the important part:
Common Good: A Model for Community Engagement & Racial Equity
December 4, 2018
@ The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
FREE admission | Registration required
In the fourth program of our KC Common Good series, panelists and community leaders will discuss ways to create a city-wide cooperative effort to address violence and violent crime in Kansas City. They will talk about how and why racial equality and racial equity are keys to reducing crime and violence.
Can we create a shared vision in which all Metro residents feel invested in making Kansas City safer and more equitable?
Join the conversation!
Irene Caudillo, President & CEO, El Centro
Terry Dunn, Principal, D.D. Ranch Leawood
Mike English, Executive Director, Turn the Page KC
Wallace Hartsfield, Pastor, Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church
Moderator: Mark H. Levin, Founding Rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, Kansas
Developing . . .