The Pandemic, Marching for Social Justice, and the Presidential Election that elected the first African American Woman Vice President! Where do we go from here?
Sunday, December 13, 2020
With the year 2020 coming to an end our panel will discuss three of the significant events that occurred locally and nationally. Starting with a pandemic whose death toll has risen to over 250,000 and seen the wearing of face mask politicized, to the shooting of Breonna Taylor, an unarmed young woman in her home, to the elevation of the first woman and woman of color to the second highest office in the country – citizens are exhausted from the chaos.
Please join us for this virtual conversation as our panel reflects on the year 2020 and share their views on what the future holds for our community, state and country.
DR. SHERRI WALLACE
Professor, Political Science Department
MPH Chief of Staff, Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness
TRACY E. DAVIS
Esq PLLC, Certified Diversity Consultant – Diversity University Ltd. Co.
DR. CHERIE DAWSON-EDWARDS
Associate Dean, A&S Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Associate Professor – Criminal Justice
Social Change Director