Mon., May 25, 2020 —
10 am – 2 pm– Center for Law and Social Justice (CLSJ) Program via facebook.com/CenterforLawandSocialJustice.
On Monday, May 25, starting at 10 am, join CLSJ Interim Director Lurie Daniel Favors, Esq. for a series of interviews and dynamic conversations about the State of Black NYC for the CLSJ Race & Law Report!
- NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams;
- Glynda Carr, Founder of Higher Heights for America;
- Kathleen Daniel, Field Director for NYC Census;
- Pharein Griffith, Founder & Chair of the Harlem Complete Count Committee; and
- June Moses, Community Activist & Organizer.
After the final interview, CLSJ will pass the “mic” to our partner, Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy for an afternoon focused on Black children, youth, and families.
3 pm – 4 pm: Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy via Zoom (free registration for link at https://eventbrite.com/e/blackfamilycensusday-tickets-105973150546
CHILDREN’S PUPPET SHOW Live w/ Watato Entertainment
IFETAYO YOUTH ENSEMBLE Performance Highlights
FAMILY AFROBEATS DANCE CLASS
VIRTUAL MARKET Meet Local Black-Owned Businesses
4 pm – 7 pm: CENSUS COMPLETION DANCE PARTY via Zoom
WORLD-RENOWNED DJS REGGAE RETRO, HARD HITTIN HARRY, & REBORN Connect your speakers and get ready to Jam!!!
RSVP for the 3 – 7pm program on Eventbrite