13th Annual Public Policy Forum | Virtual Event | Thursday, Sept 9 | 10 am to 2 pm | IBWPPI

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This year's theme:
More Mountains to Climb, Our Fight Against Disinformation

Download Flyer: 13th Annual Policy Forum Flyer

Black Women have been on the front lines protecting not just ourselves, our families, and our communities.  Black women delivered in a historic presidential election and are now being called on to protect our democracy.  These are battles that are not without casualties.  However, there is a much greater battle raging in this country, it is a battle against disinformation that is resulting in the loss of our lives.

Register for this real conversation with Black Women Leaders, Healers, Activists, Experts, and Change Makers.  Our Voices Matter!  Your Voices Matter!

Sponsor: Toyota North America

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DETAILS

Date: September 9, 2021
Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Cost: Free

VENUE

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  • Health Panel #1 Flyer | Download PDF
  • Education Panel #2 Flyer | Download PDF

Panel #2: Education

Kim Cliett-Long

Moderator

Executive Director, Lowcountry Rice Culture Project
Scholar-in-Residence for Digital and Cultural Engagement,
The Gibbes Museum of Art,
Charleston, South Carolina, United States

Dr. Prudence Pollard

Panelist

Vice President, Research and Faculty Development Dean, School of Graduate Studies Professor of Management Oakwood University

Dr. Michelle Turner MBA, Ed.D.

Panelist

Associate Vice President, Business Diversity and Economic Opportunities/ Civic Engagement University of Southern California.

Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Panelist

President and Founder at Economic Education Dean, College of Ethnic Studies California State University Los Angeles, California

Gina Nisbeth

Panelist

Senior Finance Leader focused on Closing the Racial Wealth Gap CitiGroup Traders

Time: 1:15 minutes

12:30 – 1:50 PM EST

Topic: Solutions for Equitable Education in Black Communities

We know the importance of having the correct information, being educated, and being informed about how to right the critical wrongs that Black Communities are suffering daily. This panel will focus on the solutions for short-term and sustainable thriving Black Communities.

This panel will discuss Cradle to Career Education.

Event Co-chairs, IBWPPI Directors

Cynthia Heard, Director, CA | IBWPPI

Cynthia Heard

Director, CA

Juanita Palacios-Sims, Board of Director, Cuba | IBWPPI

Juanita Palacious Sims

Director, Cuba

Taylor Newkirk | Research & Policy Fellow | IBWPPI

Taylor Newkirk

Research & Policy Fellow

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