6 International activists discuss topics related to #BlackLivesMatter
, some questions this live round table will explore:
What does this movement signify around the world? * How and why are Latino and Hispanic communities unifying with #BLM? * How can white people continue to take responsibility for #BLM
beyond the protests and not go back to sleep? * How do social justice activists strike a balance between self-care and contemplation vs. fighting on the frontlines -to avoid burnout? * And more!
THIS IS REAL PEOPLE. REAL STORIES. REAL EXPERIENCES
Round Table Conversation with: DORSEY NUNN, Leading Expert in Criminal Justice Reform and Executive Director of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children in Oakland, CA; EMILE LESTER JANSEN, Pioneer of South African Hip Hop, Founding Member of the Legendary South African Hip Hop Group, Black Noise, and Founder & Creative Director at Heal The Hood Projects; MARISOL IBANEZ-TINTORER, Director of Programming and Board Member for AIM for the HEART, Restorative Justice Coordinator and Facilitator for the California Conference of Equality and Justice’s Building Bridges Camp; NII ARMAH SOWAH, Ghanaian Born Arts Educator, Director of the 1000 Voices Project, and Full-Time Faculty at the University of Colorado; and AEIRAMIQUE GLASS BLAKE, Justice Candidate for the 51st Congressional District and Full Time Restorative Justice Consultant,Founder and Executive Director of a Youth-Led Activism and Advocacy Nonprofit Organization: Generation Justice