Boston Cares: Learn. Listen. Act to End Racism. – “Moving Forward”

Virtual Community Event · Volunteer organized
EducationSocial Justice & Equality



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Hosted in Boston, MA 02125

About this event

Tune in for a pre-recorded conversation hosted as part of Points of Light’s new series, in partnership with Morehouse College, designed to empower businesses, nonprofits, and individuals to use their influence to fight against systemic racism. Participants will be sent a recording of the conversation and a discussion guide for continuing the conversation within your own network. Two conversations are offered, please sign up separately to receive each recording.

“Moving Forward: Taking Action on Race and Equity” – Panelists include Dr. Bernice King, CEO of The King Center; Frederick J. Riley, executive director of the Aspen Institute’s Weave: The Social Fabric Project; and Michael Smith, executive director of My Brother’s Keeper Alliance; with conversation moderated by Points of Light President & CEO, Natalye Paquin and Dr. David A. Thomas, president of Morehouse College. This discussion features a dialogue about current manifestations and the impact of systemic racism, and actions that individuals and organizations can take to dismantle it.

*Note: the session is pre-recorded and can be accessed at anytime. Please visit our website to register and access the session.


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