OCTOBER SERIES: Advancing Regional Equity in the Time of Trump
The Community Leadership Institute (CLI) Conversation Series focuses on a different topic each month, diving deep into issues impacting our communities.
This month’s CLI Conversation Series will be on the topic of race and regionalism. This event is a chance to learn from and engage in discussion with leaders from multiple sectors providing perspectives on what is at stake and what it will take to achieve racial and gender equity in this political climate.Snacks will be available. Childcare is available upon request. For childcare requests or any other questions, please email email@example.com.
Race & Regionalism
Panel moderated by:
Kirsten-Harris Talley, Seattle City Council Member, founding member of Black & Tan; board member of SURGE; and Program Director at Washington Progress Alliance
Sybill Hyppolite, Healthcare Policy Specialist, SEIU 1199 to talk about health care and worker rights
Rich Stolz, Executive Director, One America to talk about Immigration Rights
Vanessa Torres Hernandez, Youth Policy Director, ACLU of Washington to talk about civil rights and youth rights.
Michael McFee, Health Services and Community Partnerships Director, ICHS to talk about culturally competent health and community clinics.
Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017
Columbia City Church of Hope Basement
3818 S. Angeline Street
Seattle, WA 98118
Bus #7, #49, light rail, and street parking available.