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Open Dialogue: A Conversation on Leadership in the Era of Black Lives Matter and COVID-19


Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020

Time: 6:30-8:00 PM EST

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During these uncertain times, we are faces unprecedented challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic to tackling the police brutality and systemic racisms issues raised by the #BlackLivesMatter movement, both are exacerbated by income inequalities and other factors impacting the Haitian-American community, as well as the larger Black and immigrant communities in America.

Topic Focus Areas

  • The Black Lives Matter movement in DC, America, and globally
  • Police brutality in American in general
  • Civil rights in the era of the Trump Administration
  • Impact of COVID-19 on the Haitian-American, Black, and immigrant community and ways to address their needs from a leadership standpoint
  • The role of leadership in addressing the Black Lives Matter Movement

Virtual Symposium Goals

The NAAHP Symposium on Leadership in the era of Black Lives Matter and COVID-19 is what our country and communities is combating. As racism and xenophobia become more prevalent and overt in our schools and communities, it is more important than ever to listen to and elevate the voices, experiences and history of our fellow citizens and communities under attack. The goal of Black Lives Matter at school is to spark on going movement of critical reflection and honest conversation in school communities for people of all ages to engage with issues of racial justice.

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